Diddy releasing expanded edition of debut album in honor of 25th anniversary

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Diddy‘s debut album, No Way Out, turns 25 on Friday and he’s planning to celebrate in a big way. The multihyphenate mogul will drop an expanded edition of the project on its quarter anniversary, featuring 15 additional tracks.

Also expected on Friday is the premiere of the remastered video for “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down,” a single off the ’97 album; enhanced visuals from other songs on the record — “Been Around The World,” “All About The Benjamins (Remix),” “All About The Benjamins (Rock Remix)” and “Victory” — will release later this year, along with a colored vinyl reissue, due out November 4 during Hip Hop History Month.

Diddy’s multiplatinum-selling No Way Out arrived July 22, 1997, and featured the likes of The Notorious B.I.G.MaseThe LoxJay-ZLil’ Kim and Busta Rhymes. Twenty-five years later, he’s still hard at work, promoting his new “Gotta Move On” video, which dropped Wednesday.

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