Quinn Coleman, a significant label executive, DJ and kid of former BET chief Debra Lee, died on Sunday (Aug. 16) at the age of 31, according to numerous released reports.
Presently, Colemans cause of death stays unidentified.
For more than 2 years, Coleman served as senior director of A&R at Capitol Records, based in Los Angeles, where he signed the group Brasstracks, whose launching album is due this week for release.
Previously, he worked with Warner Bros. Records as A&R manager and as marketing organizer, and at Sirius XM and VH1 prior to that.
In 2007, co-founded DC to BC, LLC, a music and way of life brand which engaged with numerous music focused occasions. He also was a popular club DJ, performing under the name Spicoli.
” Quinn was a loving son, sibling, good friend and cousin, an enthusiastic DJ and A&R executive with an intense future ahead of him,” reads a declaration published by several media outlets. “Debra and her household are ravaged by Quinns death and ask for personal privacy and respect as they grieve together.”
Tributes for Coleman are gathering from throughout the music market.
” Quinns positivity and passion was infectious, he made everyone around him feel excellent and constantly felt more than a good friend than A&R,” Brasstracks published on their social pages. “He truly believed in us and worked so tough on this job with us. We were the first act he signed to Capitol and we were so proud to deal with him. Quinn was household.”

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