Every star has their breakout year and 2015 is shaping up to be just that for Quincy Brown. The second eldest son of Diddy has stepped out of his “Pops” shadow and established himself as a double threat since releasing his biggest-single-to-date in “Friends First” featuring French Montana at the end of January.
Shortly after he was cast in not one but two critically acclaimed films, Brotherly Love and Dope. The latter is already shaping itself to be a next-gen classic as far as Hip-Hop movies are concerned.
Hip-Hop Wired stopped Quincy on the 2015 BET Awards red carpet and asked him to reenact his most gangsta scene as his character, Jaleel.
He also revealed that the offers and opportunities haven’t stopped rolling in since he proved nepotism is not part of his artistic selling point.
Watch Quincy’s exclusive audition interview above and look out for what else he has up his sleeve later this year. Dope is also in theaters, just in case you have been snoozing.
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