Quantez is about to Activate Hip Hop in 2022
Quantez is about to activate hip hop in 2022 and beyond with his newest single “Activate” which is a combination of trap rap and club rap. The music video features beautiful women and Quantez showcasing his moves and talent. Talent runs deep for Quantez and he’s been taking the game by storm. Already at almost 30k views, “Activate” has the underground hip hop scene buzzing and we are ready for his come-up because it’s going to be BIG!
“Different Zone” is a powerful EP and the newest offering from Australian rapper Quantez. We wanted to introduce you with “Activate” and then move on with songs like “Regular”, “Specialman”, and “Everyday”.
There is a beauty in Quantez voice and his delivery. Some of his tracks are very laid back and chill like “Regular”.
There is a bit of a Migos and Travis Scott influence in his music and we aren’t complaining. All of his songs are unique and approach different themes. Quantez is adding a unique twist to hip hop with an Australian feel to normally American music and it gives it a diversity that is very needed.
Quantez is doing big things, so we reached out to him for an interview and he agree.
Rock the Hip Hop Interview with Quantez
Where are you from?
I was born in Gitega, Burundi, but am now based in Perth, Australia. I Call both countries my home and where I am from. As I just mentioned I was born in Burundi, But my family moved to Australia in 2007. Been living here for over half of my life so basically, I am also from here.
How has your city influenced your sound?
I make different types of music, but I would say my city influences my sound to make better music as the music scene here in Perth Australia isn’t as big. So making better music that catches the vibe and attention is kind of an influence the city has to my sound.
What instruments do you play?
I don’t really play instruments, but I play around with a keyboard as I make beats also.
What’s your best performance?
One of the best performances would have to be when I did a show in Sydney New Castle. The feeling of when everybody or half of the people there knows the lyrics and vibe crazy is amazing! And that was the first time, so I say it was one of the best performances I have done so far.
What is your worst performance?
I would say the worse one yet would’ve been my first, first time stepping on a stand and seeing the crowd for the first time in front of me got my nerves but wasn’t that bad, but I say it was the worse as at the moment as I didn’t have enough confidence to step on stage in front of a big crowd at the time.
Tell us about your newest single.
I just recently released my debut Extended Play titled “Different Zone” the whole EP constrains 6 singles, including my previously released singles “Activate”, “Everyday” & “Specialman” in addition to three new singles “Regular” “Paperchase” & “Zone”. Which is now available on all streaming platforms. The whole Extended Play was just a whole big vibe.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Haven’t really thought about where I see myself in 5 years, but I would love to see my sales rising to be one of the top musicians coming out of Australia and selling out arenas.
Does your family support your musical journey?
Yes, I would say I have a supporting family, as they believe in me and they see my talent and they are happy to see me chase my dreams.
Who do you want to collaborate with?
I haven’t really thought about who I would want to feature at the moment but I definitely would want to collaborate with Australian artists like Youngn Lipz, Manu Crooks, OneFour as they’re putting Australia on the map of the music scene.
Any new projects you are working on that you want to share?
I got I lot of projects coming out soon, but for now, I am not going to go into that as the main focus is on this “Different Zone” project I just released. But stay tuned on my socials to find out what’s happening next.