By Alyssa Debonair Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer In the 1980s, Andre Harrell founded Uptown Records, and signed some of the biggest names in music. The label also gave Diddy his start, which ended up being one of Harrell's most-critical decisions. He currently works with Diddy's Combs Enterprises. Andre Harrell is also working with Diddy
By Alyssa Debonair Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer With Diddy now regarded as one of hip hop's top three businessmen, his story is often being told. In the late 1980s, Diddy got his start as an intern for Andre Harrell at Uptown Records. As he rose the ranks, he was soon Harrell's leading VP,
By Alyssa Debonair Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Earlier this week, Diddy came through with his Can't Stop, Won't Stop documentary. This video documented his journey with Bad Boy Records, as he took the company to the top of music. It details how he navigated the Death Row beef, other East Coast labels, and more.
By Alyssa Debonair Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Much history exists where Andre Harrell and Revolt TV is concerned. A true music head, Andre Harrell rose the ranks of working at Def Jam to starting Uptown Records. Before it was all said and done, Andre Harrell was producing "New York Undercover." 232055
By Stranga The Great Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer The 1990s saw many boutique hip hop labels rise to prominence, but the Uptown story is special. With everything he did, Andre Harrell took it to new heights. Obsessed with greatness, he got the best out of everyone, regardless of the cost. 212375
By Stranga The Great Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Ever since he became a celebrity, how hard Diddy works has always been a major topic of discussion. Due to his wealth and his celebrity status, Diddy's story is often told in documentaries. Now, BET has decided to cash in on this phenomenon.