P. Diddy Net Worth 2019 and Career Documentary
P. Diddy Net Worth 2019 – Sean Combs, popularly known as Puff Daddy, P. Diddy, or Diddy, is an American rapper, actor, producer, and entrepreneur. He is one of the biggest names in the American music industry, who has successfully carved out a position for himself.
Diddy was born on the 4th of November, 1969 in Harlem, New York, U.S.A to Melvin Combs and Janice Combs. He was raised by his mother Janice in the neighborhood of Mt. Vernon, New York after his father, Melvin was shot dead in 1974.
In 1987, Diddy graduated from the Mount Saint Michael Academy, an all-boys Roman Catholic high school. He later enrolled at Howard University but he dropped out in 1989. He was pursuing his majors in business and also worked as an intern with New York’s Uptown Records, where he was eventually fired.
Diddy is a father of six children. He had a relationship with Kimberly Porter and they had a son and twin daughters together named Christian, Jessie, and D’Lila combs respectively. He also adopted and raised her son Quincy whom she had In her previous relationship. He also has a daughter named chance who was born to Sarah Chapman in 2007 and a son named Justin, born to Misa Hylton Brim.
Diddy is not just popular in like acting, rapping, and writing, but also in business and entrepreneurship. He also has his own clothing line and restaurant chain. All this takes his net worth to $850 million according to TheWealthRecord.
In 1993, after he lost his job at Uptown Records, he established ‘Bad Boy Records’ along with Arista Records and The Notorious B.I.G. The venture produced many successful hits like The Notorious B.I.G.’s ‘Ready to Die’ album.
‘Bad Boy Records’ signed with many other artists including Mary J. Blige, with whom he guest produced the album, ‘What’s the 411?’ and executive produced ‘My Life’, initially. They also signed with ‘TLC’, a girl band.
In 1995, ‘Bad Boy Records’ released the Faith Evans debut album titled, ‘Faith’, which also featured Mary J. Blige in the single, ‘Love Don’t Live Here Anymore’. The album did well on the charts.
In 1996, he was the executive producer of the R&B band ‘Total’s’ self-titled album, which did reasonably well on the charts. The hit singles from the album include, ‘Can’t You See’ and ‘No One Else’.
In July 1997, he came out with his debut album titled, ‘No Way Out’, which was released under the ‘Bad Boy Records’ label. The album was a success commercially and featured, ‘Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down’, a hit single.
In May 1997, along with Faith Evans and R&B group, ‘112’, he recorded the Grammy Award-winning single, ‘I’ll Be Missing You’. The song was a tribute to ‘The Notorious B.I.G’, who was murdered in March that year.
In September 1997, he was one of the producers for Mariah Carey’s sixth studio album titled, ‘Butterfly’. The same year, he also produced the song ‘I Know What Girls Like’ from rapper Jay-Z’s album, ‘In My Lifetime, Vol. 1’.
In 1999, he came out with his album titled, ‘Forever’, which received a mix of positive and critical reviews from music critics. The album was released in the U.K the next year.
In 2000, he was one of the producers of the album, ‘Life Story’ by the American hip hop band, the Ice Cube album, ‘War & Peace Vol. 2’, Carl Thomas album, ‘Emotional’ and the album, ‘Shyne’.
In 2001, he released his album titled, ‘The Saga Continues’, which was a success on the music charts. The album featured the tracks, ‘Bad Boy For Life’, ‘That’s Crazy’ and ‘Let’s Get It’.
In 2002, he was featured in ‘Feelin’ So Good (Bad Boy Remix)’, which was part of the Jennifer Lopez album, ‘J to tha L-O!: The Remixes’. That year he came out with the remix album, ‘We Invented the Remix’.
In 2003, he was the executive producer of the Mary J. Blige album, ‘Love & Life’, which was a commercial success. That year he also produced the soundtrack of the film, ‘Bad Boys II’, which featured the song ‘Shake Ya Tailfeather’.
In 2004, he was one of the producers of the album, ‘Tical 0: The Prequel’, which was by Method Man. The album peaked at the music charts and also received good reviews.
In 2006, he came out with his album titled, ‘Press Play’, which received mixed reviews but was nevertheless an immense success on the music charts that year.
In 2007, he was one of the associate producers of the Jay Z album titled, ‘American Gangster’, which was a commercial success. That year, he was the executive producer of the album, ‘Ridin High’ by rap duo ‘8Ball & MJG’.
In 2008, he was one of the producers of the track, ‘Freak’, which was part of the album, ‘In and Out of Love’ by American R&B singer, Cheri Dennis. The same year, he was featured in ‘Take You There’ from the album, ‘Just a Rolling Stone’ by Donnie Klang.
In 2010, he released his album, ‘Last Train to Paris’, which was released under the Bad Boy Records label. Before the album was released he came out with the singles, ‘Angels’, ‘Hello Good Morning’, ‘Loving You No More’ and ‘Coming Home’.
In 2011, he appeared as a guest star in the season one episode of TV series, ‘Hawaii Five-0’. The following year, he announced the launch of the music-oriented cable television, ‘Revolt TV’.
In 2012, he was seen in the eighth season episode of the American TV sitcom, ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’. He has appeared in the films, ‘Made’, ‘Monster’s Ball’ and ‘Get Him to the Greek’.
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