Diddy is still a relevant force in hip-hop. The Bad Boy Entertainment CEO turns 48 years old today (Nov. 4).

The visionary mogul cemented his HNIC status in the 1990s with Bad Boy Records. His 1997 debut album, No Way Out, boasted several memorable hits including, "Been Around the World" and "Victory." Chart-topping hits like "It's All About the Benjamins (Remix)" and "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down" are all shiny suit-era classics.

The multi-platinum success of No Way Out isn't even Diddy's biggest achievement. Diddy transformed the late Notorious B.I.G. from a drug dealer to one of the greatest rappers of all time, and made Mary J. Blige the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul. Mase, the LOX and Faith Evans were also under the tutelage of the rap mogul.

Outside of music, Diddy, whose real name is Sean John Combs, has garnered success in the fashion industry with his Sean John clothing line. He's also heavily involved in products like Ciroc vodka, DeLeon tequila and Aquahydrate water. All together, Diddy is the world's highest paid artist according to Forbes. Between June 2016 and June 2017, Diddy earned an estimated $130 million.

Overall, Diddy is the richest man in hip-hop and owns Revolt TV. Just like the title of his critically acclaimed documentary, Diddy can't stop and won't stop.

Happy Birthday, Diddy!