Music mogul and three-time Grammy Award winner, Sean “Diddy” Combs, was nominated for the 66th Annual 2024 Grammy Awards for “Best Progressive R&B Album” on behalf of his #1 R&B masterpiece “The Love Album: Off The Grid.”

For Diddy, this event marks another milestone in his illustrious career, highlighting his 30-year legacy in the industry and the enduring power and influence of Bad Boy Records. He celebrates his triumphant return to music. The album showcases a spectacular array of talent and embodies Diddy’s belief in the power of collaboration, featuring an impressive lineup of R&B and musical titans.

Diddy’s music career includes numerous accolades, with 11 #1 hit songs, 3 Grammy Awards, and he has produced hundreds of songs as well as performed with the biggest names in music. His Bad Boy label has sold more than 400 million albums with their songs accumulating over 3 billion streams.

The new album, under his LOVE RECORDS imprint, signifies Diddy’s triumphant return since his critically acclaimed solo album “Last Train to Paris” in 2010.  It’s not just a return to music, but an evolution and renaissance of his love for the art of storytelling. The album showcases Diddy’s evolution as both an artist and producer, poised to redefine the boundaries of R&B. This new body of work pushes the genre into new territories while highlighting Diddy’s unparalleled talent for curating exceptional musical experiences. With an extraordinary array of collaborators, united by Diddy, the album is set to captivate audiences worldwide.

The album is Diddy’s sixth studio album, taking the concept of love to new heights, “The Love Album: Off the Grid” represents a journey of retreating from the world with a partner, shutting out distractions, all communications, and immersing oneself in love – no phones allowed.

The full nominations for ‘Best Progressive R&B Album includes the following:

  • “Since I Have a Lover,” 6lack
  • “The Love Album: Off the Grid,” Diddy
  • “Nova,” Terrace Martin and James Fauntleroy
  • “The Age of Pleasure,” Janelle Monáe
  • “SOS,” SZA

As a cultural icon, innovator, and mogul, Diddy’s influence on the music industry is unrivaled. With an historic catalog of hit records and a track record of shaping the sounds of superstars, he returns to his R&B roots as an Executive Producer and Curator of “The Love Album: Off the Grid.”


WHERE: Arena in Los Angeles, California


WHEN: LIVE on Sunday, February 4th at 8pm ET/5pm PT on CBS



Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is the definition of a mogul. Starting his career as the director of A&R at Uptown Records, he was integral in launching the careers of Mary J. Blige and Jodeci, and later started his own label, Bad Boy Records, which has fostered talent that includes Mariah Carey, Method Man, Boyz II Men, Lil’ Kim and more. Combs’ solo music career began in 1997 with his first single, “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down,” and a No. 1 debut album that has gone Platinum seven times. This Grammy Award-winning debut was just the start of Combs’ massive career, which has garnered countless No. 1 records. In 2022, Combs announced the launch of his LOVE RECORDS imprint, and reentered the charts with “Gotta Move On. That summer, Combs hosted, executive produced and performed at the Billboard Music Awards and was honored with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the “BET Awards”. Continuing his extraordinary journey in the music industry, Diddy recently released “The Love Album: Off the Grid” under his LOVE RECORDS  asserting his dominance in the R&B scene. The album impressively debuted at No.1 Diddy was commemorated with the Global Icon Award at the MTV 2023 VMAs celebrating his 30 years career. His “Diddy Day” celebration in Times Square, including receiving the Keys of the City from NYC Mayor Eric Adams, marked a monumental moment, further solidifying his legacy. Combs has also established himself as an entrepreneur and lifestyle brand with a wide portfolio of projects under Combs Global including REVOLT, Sean John, Combs Spirits, AQUAhydrate, Capital Preparatory Schools, among a number of other investments. Sean Combs continues to apply the same drive and entrepreneurial spirit to his philanthropic work and political activism.