Widely known by his stage names Diddy, P. Diddy, or Puff Daddy, Sean John Combs is a talented rapper, actor, producer, and businessman in the United States. He was well-known in 1997 when releasing album No Way Out, which earned him platinum seven times, and the following albums also gained much success, including Forever, The Saga Continues..., Press Play, etc. He has received Grammy Awards for 3 times and MTV Video Music Awards for 2 times, becomes producer of reality TV series Making the Band.
Born in Harlem, New York, he is the son of Janice and Melvin Combs. He attended Howard University to major in business and dropped out 2 year later in 1990. He was a director of Uptown Records before becoming the founder of Bad Boy Records in 1993. His first album No Way Out was released in 1997 and brought him much success and
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