Quincy Brown (born June 4,1991) is an American actor, recording artist and entrepreneur. He is best known for his debut starring role in the 2015 film Brotherly Love and his music single Friends First.
Quincy was born in New York City to model Kim Porter and singer Al B. Sure!. He was named after his godfather, music and entertainment icon Quincy Jones. In 1994, at the age of three his mother began a relationship with Sean Combs, who adopted and raised Quincy. The couple had three more children together, a son, Christian, and twin daughters D'Lila and Jessie. For his sixteenth birthday Combs and Porter threw Quincy a celebrity studded party in Atlanta that was featured on MTV’s My Super Sweet 16. His family moved around often but he spent most of his youth in Georgia and later moved to Los Angeles, California in his final years of high school and completed his education at Calabasas High School.
Quincy's childhood dream was to become a professional baseball player, but he was barred from playing the sport in school due to his family constantly moving. It was then that he became interested in acting. He also began to model at an early age, as he got older he started to pursue modeling more seriously and became affiliated with the Wilhelmina Agency.
In August 2012, Quincy walked in the Gaborone Fashion Weekend event in Botswana.
On February 19, 2015 he walked in Naomi Campbell's Ebola awareness show during New York Fashion week.
In June 2015, Quincy made his directorial debut with the music video for singer and actress Elle Winter's song No Words.
On June 23, 2016, Quincy announced that he had signed a record deal with Bad Boy/Epic Records.
He is the co-founder of the production company FourXample. He also has a watch line called Chalk by Quincy, a jeans collection with Embellish and a start-up technology company.
Music video appearances