"I would like to to be my last album, to be honest, 'cause I would like to end on love," said Diddy -- real name Sean Combs -- who spends most of "Press Play" rapping about romance and relationships.
"In my dream I would love to be an artist that retired at their own will, not that was retired by an unsuccessful record. I wanna go out on top, and I want it to end on love."
Diddy said he plans to perform live in the future -- including a tour starting in January to promote "Press Play" -- and doesn't rule out other recording projects. He'll also star in a film adaptation of "A Raisin in the Sun," which begins shooting in November.
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