Meet local artist Saint Quon from Prince George’s County, Maryland. He’s been making music for about three years now. Spent time in Atlanta and Los Angeles pursuing music. Get to know more about Saint Quon in our one on one conversation below.
The DMV Daily – Who inspired you to make music?
SQ – My grandfather he was a Dj and use to watch me and Dj at the same time
The DMV Daily – How would you describe the music that you typically create?
SQ – It all depends because I’m a songwriter you pen is versatile I write music based on how I’m feeling at that moment.
The DMV Daily – What is your creative process like?
SQ – For me it all starts with a idea a sound I might have heard or something I mumbled over a beat trying to catch the flow of the music.
The DMV Daily – Who would you most like to collaborate with?
SQ – It would be dope to do a collaborate with PARTYNEXTDOOR he is who I look up to when it comes to songwriting.
The DMV Daily – What is one message you would give to your fans?
SQ – I would say thank you for everything artist are nothing without the fans they decide who blow up so I always appreciate the love and show love to the fans.
The DMV Daily – What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?
SQ – If it wasn’t for music I don’t know what I would be doing to be honest I’m a pretty good cook so I would probably take being a chef more seriously.
The DMV Daily – Where have you performed?
SQ – I’ve done some showcases in Atlanta but as far as places that’s it
The DMV Daily – How would you say Social Media has impacted your music career?
SQ – I think it’s good to be able to interact with different people from different places with social it definitely helped my music reach people in places like Germany and Russia.
The DMV Daily – Which famous musician(s) do you admire?
SQ – There are so many I can’t name them all but to pick three it would be PARTYNEXTDOOR Future & Rihanna.
The DMV Daily – What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?
SQ – Most trouble I’ve been in happened to be the time I was younger getting charged with treason and breaking and entering
The DMV Daily – What is the best advice you’ve been given?
SQ – Best advice I ever received was to make music your way it’s your unique way of doing it that makes it special.
The DMV Daily – If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
SQ – I would definitely change the industry by making it about talent again not just clout like put the real talented people on because they deserve it
The DMV Daily – What’s next for you?
SQ – I’m currently working on the production for my next project 4th District right now it will release later in the year so that’s my focus along with promoting my EP.