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L.A. Reid Bio

L.A. Reid is an American record executive and producer, A&R representative, and panelist. He was born with the name Antonio Marquis Reid on June 7, 1956, in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. Reid is known for working with Epic Records, The Island Def Jam Music Group, Arista Records, Hitco Music Publishing, LaFace Records and The X Factor.

The record producer grew up listening to James Brown, Sly Stone, and Led Zeppelin. In his youth, L.A. Reid was known for turning nearly anything into a drum set—pots, pans and anything else that would come across.
By his teens, the now very famous record producer was playing drums in a band, gaining performance chops in front of modest crowds. L.A. Reid’s own reputation and persona were elevated through his selective taste in expensive clothes, leading his buddies to nickname him “L.A.”

Reid has a son named Antonio Reid Jr, born in 1979, with an ex. In addition, he had his son Aaron Alexander in November 1989 with Perri “Pebbles” Reid. In 2000 he married Erica Holton and the couple has two children.

Besides, L.A. Reid is best known for promoting the careers of many musicians, who have eventually become extremely popular. The musicians include Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey, Paula Abdul, Pink, Rihanna, Kanye West, Toni Braxton, Usher, Avril Lavigne, Ne-Yo, Rick Ross, Ciara, TLC, OutKast, Dido, Young Jeezy, and Kerli.

Age

L.A. Reid was born on June 7, 1956. Therefore, this makes him 63 years old as of 2019.

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Net Worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, L.A. Reid gets his income mainly from being a music executive and producer. He has a net worth of $300 million dollars as of now.

L.A. Reid Son

L.A. Reid shares a son, with ex-wife Perri Arlette Reid, professionally known by her former stage name, Pebbles. She is an American singer-songwriter, businesswoman, producer and music executive. Pebbles is currently an Atlanta-based minister, known as “Sister Perri”. She and her ex-husband named their son Aaron Alexander Reid.

Aaron was born in November 1989 and is also in the singing business. He appeared on MTV’s “My Super Sweet Sixteen” several years ago in 2015, as the epitome of the spoiled rich kid.  In the show, his parents lavished him with gifts and threw an expensive birthday party, where some of the most popular rappers at that time performed.

Bad Boy Records owner, P. Diddy, is Aaron’s godfather. Once in time, Aaron gave P. Diddy a run for his money when he stepped up his A&R game to successfully win over an artist who both he and his godfather were trying to grab.

Today, Aaron is determined to build his own name without leaning on his parents’ legacy and he’s now flourishing in his career. He has been an A&R at Epic Records ever since 2013 for a two-year span.

L.A. Reid Contact

It might be difficult to publicly find any celebrity’s personal cell contacts but thanks to social media platforms, anyone can connect with and contact celebrities all over the world. Nevertheless, according to some posts online, Reid’s emails are @impactrepublic.com and @kliqagency.com. The hits record producer is active on Twitter and Instagram, and it would be easier chatting with him through these media platforms.

On Ig, L.A. Reid has a massive number of 220k followers with only 33 posts, and you can find him @la_reid. Check out the post below from his account page.

L.A. Reid Book

On February 2017, the record producer published a book titled “Sing to Me: My Story of Making Music, Finding Magic and Searching for Who’s Next”. It contains so many name-dropping details about the various stars Reid has worked with including Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Outkast, Jay Z, and many other famous celebrities.

The book is available on Amazon as a Kindle, Audiobook, Hardcover, Paperback, and Audio CD. Sing To Me is illustrated with over 100 never-before-seen photos from L.A. Reid’s personal collection. The record producer chronicles his struggles, success, and the celebrated artists that made him a legend. He starts with the story of a fascinating journey from his small-town R&B roots in Cincinnati, Ohio, and his work as a drummer to his fame as a Grammy Award-winning music producer as well as his gig as a judge on the hit reality show, The X Factor.

His story offers a detailed look at what life was like for today’s stars at the start of their rise and how Reid always seemed to know who would be the next big thing.

L.A. Reid House

L.A. Reid purchased a three-story home in Los Angeles for $17.99 million, a price which is $10 million less than its original asking price. According to the Los Angeles Times, it has 7 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. In addition, the Bel Air Road located premises of L.A. Reid has an expansive outdoor entertainment area surrounded by canyon and ocean views.

The outdoor space measures 2,820-square-feet and is fitted with a kitchen, bar, an infinity-edge swimming pool, and a spa. L.A. Reid’s house also has a wine cellar with room for 300 bottles and a state-of-the-art home theater with an en-suite bar. Automated retractable glass walls blur the division between the outdoor and the indoor living spaces.

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X-Factor

L.A. Reid was a two-season judge on The X Factor from 2011-2012. “It’s the worst thing I’ve ever done,” L.A. Reid said at a Pepsi-sponsored Midem breakfast chat. “The first season, yes, I had a great time,” he said. “It was a little bit of a vacation. I’d been making music, working at running labels for a long time, and it was a little bit of, ‘Let me just have some fun.’ But the second season I was fully engaged trying run a label, and it wasn’t fun anymore.”

L.A. Reid was assigned the Boys category throughout the competition, aided by friend and singer Rihanna at the Judges’ Houses stage of the competition in The Hamptons. His final four acts were Marcus Canty, Chris Rene, Astro, and Phillip Lomax. Chris Rene was the most successful act of L.A. Reid, who came third overall in the competition. After the season ended, L.A. Reid worked with Astro, Marcus Canty and Chris Rene on their music careers.