Grant is currently a manager at TwentyThree 12 Artists Management Group in Los Angeles, California. Earlier positions include management of the popular / urban department at The Collective, and owning and operating Oralee Management. In addition, Grant worked with music manager Johnny Wright on a project for Rhythm & Blues artist, Ciara.
Grant began his career in the music business in 1999, when he started as an intern at Sony Music, while also studying at California State University, Dominguez Hills and Harvard HBX Business Program.
Eight months into his internship, he was chosen to participate in Sony Music’s Junior Executive Program, where he apprenticed under then Sony Music Chairman, Tommy Mottola. Shortly thereafter, Grant met music manager, Kenneth Crear, and together they formed an independent management company, whose clients included then unknown music artists Sisqo and Mary Mary.
In 2001, Grant and Crear sold their management company. Grant worked at The Firm from 2001 to 2006.
Working with Crear, Grant focused on the operations for the company’s Urban music department.
Grant"s clients include Rhythm & Blues artists Kelly Rowland, Toni Braxton and Big Boi, from hip-hop group Outkast. Grant is a Executive Producer for Lifetime"s biopic called “Un-Break My Heart,” based on singer Toni Braxton’s memoir. This biopic will air on Lifetime on January 23, 2016.
Additionally, he serves on the board of The Los Angeles Dodgers Reserve Bank of India Advisory Committee.