House Music DJ and Producer. Detroit, MI/New York.
Bio: Quentin Harris was born in Detroit, Michigan on September 8, 1970. His early influences included Ken Collier, Timmy Regisford, and Def Mix’s David Morales and Frankie Knuckles. Harris began his career in the studio, where he played sessions for the likes of Anita Baker before departing for New York to produce pop, R&B and Hip-Hop.
Quentin Harris returned from several years’ hiatus in 2016 on the back of “Stronger.” As of 2017, Harris has released three full length LPs (No Politics, Sac-ri-fice and Black Stereo Faith with Ultra Naté) and has collaborated with the likes of Timmy Regisford, Tyrone Francis, Ron Trent, Monique Bingham, Robert Owens, Byron Stingily, Inaya Day and Joi Cardwell and more.