Sean Coombs

Sean Coombs born in Harlem, Rise at Uptown Records Singer, songwriter , Entrepreneur and producer Sean John Combs was born on November 4, 1969, in Harlem, New York. Raised by his mother after his father was murdered in 1974, Sean Combs grew up in Mt. Vernon, New York, and attended a Catholic boys school in the Bronx. He earned the nickname “Puffy” in high school because of his habit of puffing out his chest to make his body seem bigger.  

Sean “Brother Love” Combs majored in business administration at Howard University, producing weekly dance parties and running an airport shuttle service while attending classes. He dropped out to pursue an internship at Uptown Records, which led to a talent director position. Combs rapidly rose to the level of vice president and had success producing several key artists for Uptown, but left the company in the early 1990s.
 In 1993, Combs started his own production company, Bad Boy Entertainment, working with upcoming and established rap, hip-hop, and R&B recording artists such as Mariah Carey, New Edition, Method Man, Babyface, TLC, Boyz II Men, Lil’ Kim, SWV, Aretha Franklin, Mary J. Blige, Faith Evans and Biggie Smalls. In 1996, Combs was named as ASCAP’s “Songwriter of the Year.” By 1997, Bad Boy Entertainment had sold nearly $100 million in recordings, and made a multimillion-dollar deal with Arista Records for management of the label.

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Combs branched into reality television as an executive producer starting in 2002 with MTV’s Making the Band, which most famously created the all-girl group Danity Kane. In August 2008 Combs continued working in the genre with the premiere of his VH1 series I Want to Work for Diddy and shortly after, P. Diddy’s Starmaker on MTV. 
At 2007 Combs forged a deal with the vodka brand Cîroc to help with its development and a year later, acquired the hip-hop clothing line Enyce from Liz Claiborne for $20 million.
In the begining of  2013 Combs’ launched his own music-oriented cable network called REVOLT.
At December 2017, after the owner of the National Football League’s Carolina Panthers announced his intention to sell the team, Diddy tweeted that he was throwing his hat into the ring as a buyer, adding, “There are no majority African American NFL owners. Let’s make history.” He was joined by other prominent athletes interested in an ownership stake, including basketball star Stephen Curry and quarterback turned activist Colin Kaepernick.
In 2017 Combs’ net worth was estimated at over $800 million, according to Forbes.

Personal Life

Combs has six children from three different women. He owns a home in Alpine, New Jersey.

" Everyone has challenges and lessons to learn. We wouldn’t be who we are without them. "

Sean Coombs

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