P. Diddy is set to release a book about bottoms.

The rapper and entrepreneur - whose real name is Sean Combs - has teamed with Interscope records chairman Jimmy Iovine for the coffee table photo album publication dedicated to women's backsides, featuring images taken by fashion and music photographer Raphael Mazzucco.

News of the book - which goes on sale in November - comes soon after the 'Dirty Money' hitmaker recently brought out a new fragrance, called Sean John Empress, and signed up Kelly Rowland to be the face of the scent.

Diddy is not the only celebrity set to release a book in November, with Oprah Winfrey planning to release a 240-page publication entitled 'THE OPRAH WINFREY SHOW: Reflections on an American Legacy'.

The coffee table book - which will be priced at $50 - will feature 150 images and personal memories, as well as highlights from the media mogul's chat show, which covered a number of social issues in the US and came to an end in May 2011 after 25 years.

Lady GaGa is also set to be the focus of a new pictorial book, which has been described as a "visual dialogue" and is set to contain 350 colour pictures of the 'Born This Way' hitmaker.

Announcing the publication, which will also be released in November, Grand Central Publishing said: "The book will showcase over 350 colour and black and white photographs taken during the 10 month period in which Richardson followed Lady Gaga and had complete access to her everyday life, with nothing being off limits."