Quincy returns with another smooth offering for your cuffin' season activities. Following the seductive offering, "Snuggle Up," the R&B crooner turns up the temperature with "Devour," a hypnotizing gem then sees the singer-songwriter on a mission to put it down right sexually. "Doing this is good for when you pissed off, but don't take advantage of it / You belong [Read More]
Back in February, Quincy collaborated with his father Al B. Sure! to remake his 1988 classic hit "Nite and Day." Now, a video has arrived for the record
Al B. Sure!'s 1988 hit "Nite and Day" gets a rebirth as a collab between him and his son, "Star" actor Quincy, called "I Can Tell You (Nite and Day 2.0)." Together, they refreshed the song to make it modern but kept the same essence of the original.
For his 24th birthday today (June 5), Diddyâs stepson Quincy releases a newbie called "Record Straight," a song that has the heartthrob flowing and singing.
Looks like Quincy is following in the R&B footsteps of his father, âNight & Dayâ singer Al B. Sure! The tune is a funky, uptempo dance tune, and he just so happens to have the same high tenor like his soft-crooning father...
Looks like Quincy is following in the R&B footsteps of his father, âNight & Dayâ singer Al B. Sure! The young heartthrob is proving heâs not just Diddyâs stepson, but someone who also harbors some musicality on his debut single âFriends Firstâ featuring French Montana.
Quincy is ready to kick off his young music career with the release of the music video for his new single "Stay Awhile." In the visuals, the young crooner, who is the son of Al B. Sure and Kim Porter, let's his lady know why he wants her to stay awhile.