Sean "Diddy" Combs and Anna Wintour at Fashion's Night Out 2010. Photo: Getty Images for Macy's

In our wildest fashion dreams, we never thought we'd see the words "Anna Wintour" and "rap" in the same sentence, let alone imagine that the Vogue editor would make a guest appearance on a rapper's album.

Alas, the skies have fallen, because it's true. Wintour has landed a speaking role on Sean "Diddy" Combs' newest album, "Last Train to Paris" (which is being released December 14), along with other bold-faced fashion names like Marc Jacobs, Zac Posen, Tommy Hilfiger, Isaac Mizrahi and André Leon Talley.

For an exclusive first listen, go to Vogue.com, where Talley describes the new album as a "brilliant fusion of stream of consciousness and beats that bring to mind the broken cadences of avant-garde jazz." The fashion-centric album is getting a lot of love from the Vogue team and is credited with inspiring a shoot from the February 2010 issue featuring Natalia Vodianova and Diddy (styled by Grace Coddington and photographed by Annie Leibovitz).

Click on Track 2 to hear Wintour's audio cameo/rapping debut, where she says: "This is Anna Wintour from Vogue magazine. You are now listening to the 'Last Train to Paris.'"

This marks quite the change from the usual sidekicks rappers enlist.

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