The 18-year-old has debuted his first two singles

By Dana Getz
June 30, 2016 at 04:28 PM EDT
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Puff Daddy may be retiring from music, but looks like he’s officially passed the torch to the next heir of the Combs family legacy.

His son, Christian Combs, released two new songs Wednesday night under the stage name King Combs. Titled “One For Me” and “Party,” both bear an uncanny resemblance to his rapper father, coupling slick rhymes with ’90s, groove-heavy production.

The music is the first to come from the 18-year-old emcee, who Puff signed to his Bad Boy Records label in April. Puff is currently gearing up for the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour, a 25-date North American run that re-teams the rapper with frequent collaborators Lil’ Kim, Faith Evans, French Montana, Mario Winans, and more. He then plans to focus his career on acting.

Listen to King Combs’ “One For Me” and “Party” below.