Quincy Brown acknowledges that he grew up in exceptional circumstances. In an interview about his new series, Family Legacy, Quincy speaks about his father, Sean “Diddy” Combs. He witnessed his hard work throughout his life, which has inspired him.
Quincy is also a budding artist. He said that he is very interested in acting and music and that the most significant takeaway from his father is seeing how he handles and balances all of these things.
As a kid, Quincy spent time in NY and Georgia. When he and his siblings joined his father on tour, he got the full experience of growing up under the hip-hop mogul’s wing.
Quincy thinks his father is safer and happier with his family on tour. Quincy highlights his 16-year-old twin sisters in his latest single, “Face Off,” expressing his interest in new talent.
He aims to mentor them, guiding them to explore their passions and potential.
Quincy Welcomed His Baby Sister Love Sean
Quincy welcomed his baby sister Love Sean, who is now six months old. He said it has been “incredible” to see life in front of him at this stage.
He wants to keep her mother’s memory alive. Quincy’s mom, Kim Porter, died of pneumonia in 2018 at 47.
Quincy serves dual duty on Family Legacy as the play narrator. He feels this is the ideal opportunity to celebrate his father’s accomplishments and title as “King of MTV.” Quincy believes this is the right time to represent his family, and he is proud to do so.