Quintescence: Hot New Female Rapper On The Rise

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Quintescence: Hot New Female Rapper On The Rise. Quintescence sets the barometer high for new female rappers.

Jesse Atkinson, President of JCA Management presents one of the Hottest female rappers on the scene today: Quintescence.

Quintescence is the CEO of Famob Entertainment and she is the winner of the 2003Underground Music Awards Best Female Rapper. At the age of 19, she has already commanded the attention of rap heavyweights like Jaz-O and DJ Clark Kent. Although inspired by ground breaking MC's such as MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, and KRS One, Q clearly has a style of her own and her own agenda.

Born and raised in the Bronx, NY, Quintescence has been influenced by rap's infectious culture since the age of 5. Her delivery is flawless and her lyrical ability is amazing. Her lyrics are original and masterfully put together. Her impressive repertoire of songs ranges from the autobiographical "I'm Sorry" to the club- banger "Shake your". She has received radio airplay on many underground mixshows including Promo Radio 91.9FM. Not only did Q advance to the Top Dog Level of Amateur Night at the Apollo, she also walked away with an award in The Five-Borough Face Off Compitition.

Awards & Accomplishments:

-Quintescence won the Best Female Hip Hop Award at the 2003 Underground Music Awards.

-In 2003 Quintescence walked away with an award in The Five-Borough Face Off Competition.

-In 2002 Quintescence advanced to the Top Dog Level of Amateur Night at the Apollo.

-In January 2004 Quintescence was voted as The Artist of The Month on Hip Hop Palace.com

Collaborations:

-Quintescence's hot single "You Don't Want None" features star rapper Lord Tariq.

-Quintescence's socially conscious single "Get out of the Ghetto" features the legendary Grand Puba of Brand Nubian.

-Quintescence appears on the blazin' hot street single "From BX to QB" featuring the legendary MC Shan and Johnny Blanco.

Q currently has a blazin' mixtape out entitled Fame and Money Ova Bull (FAMOB) Volume Two. Through her street-smart vernacular and intricate wordplay, Quintescence is an artist destined for superstardom.

Quintescence's Guerilla Tactics:

Sold 3500 units to date of her first independent street/Hop hop mixtape entitled "Fame and Money Ova Bull, Volume One," which was released in the latter part of 2003 and and she sold 2000 units to date of her second mixtape entitled "Fame and Money Ova Bull.

Volume Two."

Quintescense's hot Hip Hop/Dance Hall single "Mash of Da Place" featuring Topps is currently one of the most requested songs as of March 2005 on Urban Internet radio.

The newest single "Mash Up Da Place" is receiving, an average of 35 spins a week on various college radio stations and underground mix shows though out the North East including Promo Radio 91.9FM, Down Low HipHop Show - 90.3 FM, DJ Earthquake-Off Da Richter Scale Mixshow

Reviews from the Industry:

-"Quintescence is truly a talented rapper" - Lord Tariq

-"Quintescence is a super gifted song writer. She writes hit songs!" - Kaseem Coleman, A&R of Jive Records.

-"Most people put more time and effort in creating their packages than creating a good song, but I was very impressed when I received and heard Quintescene's EP. I personally enjoyed listening to it." - Nick Sproviero, A&R Research , Atlantic Records

-"It was a pleasure to record a song with Quintescence. She's what the industry is missing! She has a lot of determination, direction and originality."- The legendary Grand Puba from Brand Nubian

-"Q reminds me of a new school version of Mc Lyte. The girl has skills." - The legendary MC Shan

-"Her freestyles are tight. What's tight is that she can spit a freestyle and go on and on and stay with the concept with out veering off the topic." - Jae- Millz

-"Home girl impressed me with her lyrics. And her hooks are bananas." - Johnny Blanco

-"With Quintescence I see a superstar in the making. Watch out Foxy, Eve, Missy, and Kim, because Quintescence is on her way!" - Mr. Raw, host of Promo Radio 91.9FM and Urban Threshold Television.

-"That song "Rep where you From" is the illest. I like her style." - Dj Supper Cee

Website: http://www.Famob.com

Discography: DJ Kim B's "Call the Cops, Volume 2" The DWI "Catch a Violation" mixtape Promo Radio's "Best of the Unsigned Mixtape" Fame & Money Ova Bull. Volume one, Fame & Money Ova Bull. Volume Two, Coming Soon - Quintescence The EP

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