QuinzanoBeats makes catchy rhythms that drop and pickup in just the right places. 16th note drum patterns and sweet melodic riffs. The booms are downright delicious and the flow is soothing. This would be perfect for a rapper to come in and murder this beat. “Push” is well-produced and catchy.
Honestly, this track is perfect as an instrumental. In my head, I can picture this beat for a video game. The character is running and jumping and eating mushrooms… am I talking about Mario? Maybe. This song takes me back to a happier time with the interesting drum pattern and ferocious bass drops. QuinzanoBeats knows how to make the perfect beats, which is why we reached out to him for an interview.
Rock the Hip Hop Interview with QuinzanoBeats
Where are you from?
I was born in Hobbs New Mexico We Moved To North Carolina When I Was 3 Years Old. So I’m New Mexico Made And Carolina Raised.
How has your city influenced your sound ?
Well, I grew up in the south, I’m a Carolina Boy that’s one thing I take a lot of pride in because so much great music has come from the south from blues and soul to R&B and Hip-Hop The south has always had that reputation for great music so my sound just comes naturally to me with hard the 808’s to the sounds of hi-hats.
What instruments do you play?
Well, I am a producer so my Instruments can be pretty versatile I’ve always loved the sound of the saxophone there’s something about it it just touches the soul. And I’ve also loved the piano because of all those Sunday mornings churches. I think that’s why I love my MPK mini || so much in the Daw.
What’s your favorite equipment to use?
My Favorite is FL Studio I’ve been using FL since 2006 Its Always Been My Choice of Daw
How many artists have you produced?
I’ve always made beats as just a hobby been with in the last 2 years I just started putting my music out for other people to listen to my friends and family have always said how much talent I have and I should put my music out so finally doing in I look forward to seeing what my future holds with working with multiple artists.
Tell us about your newest single?
The newest single Pain from my album SHINE TIME I would probably have to say is my favorite on the 12 track album because when I made it there was so much going on in my personal life at the time. And with me growing up in the 90s listening to hip-hop it’s has a 90s vibe like a Nas Type Beat.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
That’s hard for me to say considering that we are never promised tomorrow I hope to see myself working with some of the greatest names in the music industry.
Does your family support your musical journey?
My family has always been my motivation and inspiration. They have always been there for me when I didn’t believe in myself and have always kept me pushing my friends and family play a big part in my music journey and I glade I have them along for the ride
Who do you wanna collaborate with?
I fell in love with Hip Hop in the 90s my top favorite producers would probably have to be Timberland, Swizz Beatz, Manny Fresh, DJ Premier, Mike Will Made It. are some of the names that come to mind.
Any new projects you are working on that you want to share?
Well, I’m currently working on two new albums. Space Age Pimpin is made up of futuristic space-type hip-hop beats and gorilla glued that’s made up of different types of beats.
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