The hip-hop mogul also announced plans to release the album early this summer.
Diddy told Tim Westwood TV: "Daddy's home baby! I'm here playing Last Train To Paris for the Interscope staff. The US release date is June 22nd. So I'm letting you know, it's breaking news right here. Letting the world know, June 22nd.
"Why is it June 22nd? Because we want to set it up the right way. We wanna take our time, drop two more singles, drop a bunch of videos, we wanna come over here and do some shows and small venues, we wanna connect with some UK artists - as a matter of fact, I have this record called 'Hello, Good Morning' and I'm looking, for the American version, T.I.'s on it, I'm looking to build with a UK artist for the UK version. I wanna do something real, real special."
Earlier this month, the Bad Boy CEO revealed guest appearances by rappers Lil Wayne and Drake on his forthcoming LP, which will be his sixth studio album.