It is said that a typical millionaire has around seven sources of income steams. If that is true, then 20-year-old Cordell Broadus is well on his way to becoming much more than Snoop Dogg’s son.
With a plethora of projects and business ventures that he is involved in, Broadus is definitely placing himself at the head-of-the-class as a true millennial business man, creating a portfolio of wealth that is as diverse as he is.
Recently the young business man sat down with i-d.vice.com to discuss what it is like to be Cordell Broadus. Check out excerpts from the interview. To read the full interview with Broadus, click here.
Cordell Broadus on being Snoop Approved Streetwear Creative Director
“We both came to the conclusion that everybody wants to wear these shirts with y dad on it. Vetements are selling these shirts for like, $900 with my dad on it…everybody’s wearing this stuff, but he hasn’t worn it. I was like, let’s make our own clothes to make it authentic, and make sure everyone has to get these clothes cause it’s Snoop Dogg approved. You know what I mean?”
Cordell Broadus on being a negotiator
“It was very hard [to book his father for the clothing line show].” Very hard. It took us three months to book him. I think he just liked making it difficult for me, to challenge me, to see how bad I really wanted it.”
Cordell Broadus on modeling in the Dolce & Gabbana show
“I’m real goofy, like I laugh a lot, so when I was walking down the runway I was trying to think of this song Ty Dolla Sign showed me last week and I was trying to remember the lyrics so I wouldn’t laugh when I was looking at the camera.”
Cordell Broadus on being a filmmaker
“I want people to know I’m business savvy–like I’ve produced this or put this together–before just being a talent. Because I feel like talent, you don’t have that much authority, you don’t have that much respect. I wanna be the business and the talent.”
Cordell Broadus on being a motivational speaker
“One thing he [Snoop Dog] tells me is–nobody’s gonna believe in your dream like you believe in it. Because they just can’t see it how you see it. So anybody out there that’s got a dream, chase it and believe it 100% and it’s gonna come true. You’ve just gotta follow your heart.”