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There is something about male Pop singers that transcends something far more superior than your average mainstream artist, in the music industry. Even in the small cluster of today’s male singers, there have been few exceptions to those who appear to be on another level. This distinction is found in new pop musician Qwote.

Raised in Long Island, New York and Miami, Florida this young pop sensation was destined for musical success. The imaginative singer has come a long way from being raised single handedly by his grandmother, “who held two cleaning jobs in order to provide for me”.

Qwote has been in love with music his whole life and at the age of twelve he started to pen his own tuneful lyrics and decided to do more than just listen to music, but to become an artist himself. With that decision being made Qwote took his own musical matters into his own hands and forged ahead in a full time career as a singer and songwriter, by working with artist such as Platinum selling rap star Trina on tracks such as “Don’t Want to Fight”, Danity Kane, Wayne Wonder, Shaggy and more.

Drawing inspiration from artist such as Sam Cooke, The Beatles Michael Jackson, Lenny Kravitz and more the young aspiring singer has already established his future goals and ambitions, “My goal is to create a new lane that can bring fresh innovative music that touches the soul and evokes thought, passion and creativity on another level.”

Qwote’s first big break came when he was brought to work on rap star Trina’s Still The Baddest album on a song called Phone Sexx. While working on Trina’s album at Slip n Slide Records music studio in Miami; Qwote co-wrote several songs on the album and was approached by Slip n Slide Records label executives to lock in a major music deal.

When asked about his upcoming album, Qwote states, “I want people to understand that even though this is entertainment my lyrics do reflect how I really feel, felt, think and overall view the world, this is my soul…..that I am handing over on a silver platter and I hope the album will leave a classic taste in my fans minds, bodies and souls.”

“This album is all about me and my vocals, my lyrics and most of all my writing skills…”

Qwote’s new single “Throw Your Hands Up” came from Lucenzo, a France artist who scored a #1 hit with his original version “Vem Dancar Kurduro”. Qwote re did the record into English and the song took off in the streets of Miami. The song was picked up by Ultra Records, the largest dance record company in the world for distribution. “Throw Your Hands up also guest stars Mr. Worldwide aka Pitbull. The video and song are currently being service worldwide.

Also Qwote has released an urban smash featuring The Boss Rick Ross with a classic sample Michael Jackson “Lady of My Life” entitled “I Want You”.
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Qwote feat. Pitbull & Lucenzo "Throw Your Hands Up (Dancar Kuduro) (Sagi Abitbul Remix Edit)"
Qwote feat. Pitbull & Lucenzo
Album: Throw Your Hands Up (Dancar Kuduro) [feat. Pitbull & Lucenzo]
Genres: Dance, Electronic
Moods: Fun, Party
Qwote feat. Pitbull "Same Shit (Explicit)"
Qwote feat. Pitbull
Moods: Confident, Romantic
Qwote feat. Mr. Worldwide "Letting Go (Cry Just A Little)"
Qwote feat. Mr. Worldwide
Moods: Action, Party
Qwote feat. Pitbull & Lucenzo "Throw Your Hands Up (Dancar Kuduro) (Sagi Abitbul Remix)"
Qwote feat. Pitbull & Lucenzo
Album: Throw Your Hands Up (Dancar Kuduro) [feat. Pitbull & Lucenzo]
Genres: Dance, Electronic
Moods: Hot, Party
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