Paul Archuleta/FilmMagicIt looks like entertainment entrepreneurship runs in the Combs family. Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs‘ eldest son Justin Combs is creating Tonite, a multimedia and event production company, with former Two and a Half Men star Angus T. Jones and Combs’ fellow UCLA alumni Kenechukwu “Kene” Orjioke.
“The goal for Tonite is to create an experience for our generation and to create the ultimate happy feeling, a high feeling, an ecstatic feeling, something they’ve never felt before when they come to one of our events,” Combs tells Billboard. “We want the youth and people to just get back to being in the moment, stop worrying about social media and how they look, and everything like that.”
“I like music and I know music — that’s what my dad has done and I’ve grown up around that so I kind of moved that way myself,” says Jones. “My role has been just trying to figure out, advise and be present.”
Justin says that with his father’s rap legacy and partnership with Epic Records, he will certainly use Puffy’s Rolodex of the label’s artists to his advantage. “That’s definitely something we plan on doing,” he says. “I’m not sure exactly who yet but that’s something that’s going to definitely happen in the near future.”
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