Clive Davis, founder of Arista Records, is definitely all about that “Bisexual Life” in which he reveals in his new Memoir, “The Soundtrack of My Life.”
Davis, who has been divorced twice, have been up close and personal with a number of rock ‘n’ roll legends including deceased singer, Whitney Houston, “Soul & Jazz Poet” (also deceased) Gil Scott Heron and Aretha Franklin.
The A.R boss man opened up about his sexuality, saying he had only slept with women until the “Studio 54” era, when he found the “Welcome Relief” after a sexual encounter with a man. He also admitted to being in serious relationships with men since the early 90s.
Watch Davis discussing his sexuality on Nightline with Cynthia McFadden below:
Also, Davis will be appearing on the upcoming episode of “Katie” this week, with guest appearance from R&B singer Usher Raymond.
Usher also had something to say to his mentor, Davis:
But– he– you know, just to kinda give you a, I guess, a testament of– of the pay it forward. You know, without that artist development and that ability to understand how to– present myself and have an understanding of style, I would not be in the position to be, you know, a coach on The Voice– and– and– introduce talent like Justin Bieber and– writers like Rico Love, who was…my actual first artist, who went on to be an incredible writer and also producer. But– you know, without that artist development of Arista and LaFace Records, I wouldn’t be the mentor that I am today.
Watch the trailer below:
And earlier this morning, Clive was spotted leaving “Good Morning America” in New York City after a scheduled appearance.