Sean 'Diddy' Combs is focusing on his "mind, spirit and body" in the New Year.
The 46-year-old music mogul and entrepreneur is famous for his lavish lifestyle, flamboyant taste and his annual White Party, which has become a star-studded bash equalling the post-Oscars festivities and the Met Ball, but in 2016 his passion for having fun will come in second to other more personal pursuits.
"I would say that my number one focus is mind, spirit and body - making sure that I’m just as passionate about my mind, spirit and my body as I am about one of my records or one of my companies," he explained to USA Today about his New Year's resolution.
Diddy is looking to accomplish this holistic balance by eating right, chilling out more frequently and tuning into himself.
"(I'll be) making sure that I spend time to check in with myself so I’m connected to the vibrations that I’m putting out there," he said. "It’s that simple.”
Diddy will ring in the New Year with rapper Pitbull at the New Year's Revolution event, which takes place in Miami, Florida. Following the concert, he is also due to attend an extremely high-profile private after party, which is sponsored by his premium vodka brand CÎROC.
Although his intention is to be well and centred throughout the whole of 2016, Diddy may be partying away all the strife he experienced in 2015 during New Year's Eve.
The hip hop star was arrested in June (15) after confronting his son Justin's strength and conditioning coach, Sal Alosi, during a University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) Bruins practice.
Although no charges were brought against him, the legal headache went on for several months before it was resolved.