Young Quintin grew up in Hot Springs, AR. As a child he played the snare drum, trumpet and guitar. He was in the choir and sun as a tenor. He first knew he wanted to be a rapper at the age of 7, when he started a rap battle.
Some of his biggest influences and favorite musical artists are NWA, Keith Sweat, Fall Out Boys, Migos, Panic! At the Disco, A Boogie wit da Hoodie and Juice WRLD. Young Quintin has collaborated with the artist know as Carson Key. He will be working with Jesus Honcho and NBA YoungBoy in the future. Currently Young Quintin is feature on the song “Godz of Slum” which was recently released by Mansone Batez. We asked Young Quintin how was his experience working with Mansone Batez and this is what he had to say:
“My experience with Mansone Batez was enjoyable and a true learning experience. I really appreciated watching and taking notes from someone who has been in the Hip-Hop game as long as he has. He has shown an taught me a lot.”
Young Quintin’s current take on Hip-Hop is that he respects it. He respects everybody and the grind they have. He feel the hip hop game is not the same anymore. It has had a lot of changes over the past couple of years and it has now been turned into a way of entertainment mostly on social media platforms.