He is the former president of Def Jam Recordings, co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, and the founder of the entertainment company Roc Nation.He also founded the sports agency Roc Nation Sports and is a certified NBA and MLB sports agent.
Reeves would later meet and reconcile with Jay Z before dying in 2003.He served as the co-director of the Amendment 64 campaign and was one of the primary authors of this historic measure, which resulted in Colorado becoming the first state in the nation – and the first geographic area in the world – to make the possession, use, and regulated distribution of marijuana legal for adults.Vicente also serves as executive director of Sensible Colorado, the state's leading non-profit working for medical marijuana patients and providers.Shawn Mendes addressed rumours about his sexuality Thursday, telling fans he's "not gay," and "it shouldn't make a difference if I was or if I wasn't."The 17-year-old singer — who hails from Pickering, Ont.— posted a series of videos to his Snapchat account saying the focus on his sexual orientation is a distraction."The focus should be on the music and not my sexuality," he said, even though only "one per cent" of his followers make assumptions about his dating preferences."I don't usually do this and bring up problems, but I was on You Tube just watching some of my interviews, and I was going down the comments and noticed a lot of people were saying that I gave them a 'gay vibe,'" said Mendes.Brian was the chair of the Committee for Responsible Regulation, which coordinated the successful 2013 campaign to implement statewide excise and sales taxes on the sale of adult-use marijuana in Colorado and was awarded the Justice Gerald Le Dain Award for Achievement in the Field of Law that same year.