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Over the last 6 years, Quinn XCII (pronounced Quinn Ninety Two) has consistently grown his audience and developed a true devoted fanbase, establishing himself as a force to be reckoned with. His first two independently released EPs “Change of Scenery” (2015) and “Bloom” (2016) put him on the map, and eventually led to him signing with Columbia Records. Since then, he has released four studio albums including hit singles such as “Straightjacket”, “Flare Guns” with Chelsea Cutler, “Stacy”, “Love Me Less” with MAX (which also gave Quinn his first charting song at Top 40 Radio), “Kings of Summer” (with ayokay), and many more. His latest album, Change of Scenery II, debuted #1 on the Apple Pop Charts and Spotify’s US Debut Album Chart.

Quinn’s catalogue has amassed over 2.5 Billion global streams and includes 1 RIAA Platinum and 5 RIAA Certified Gold Singles. He has been named one of Rolling Stone’s Breakthrough Artists of 2019 and received praise from Billboard, Paper Mag, Interview Mag and many more. His collaborators include a long list of artists including Logic, blackbear, Jon Bellion, Chelsea Cutler, Jeremy Zucker, Ashe, Louis The Child, Gryffin and more.

At the forefront of Quinn XCII’s consistent growth and artistry is his highly sought-after and fully energized live show. He has completed 4 consistent sold-out tours since 2017, selling nearly 100,000 tickets as a headliner in 2019 alone.  His 2021 "Stay Next To Me Tour" with Chelsea Cutler sold over 135,000 tickets and included shows at iconic venues such as two sold-out nights at Radio City Music Hall in NYC, The Greek Theatre in LA, and more. He has also performed at some of the biggest festivals in the world, including Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Firefly, Governors Ball, Summerfest, and Electric Forest. He has also performed his music on major television spots such as Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Late Late Show with James Corden, Live with Kelly and Ryan, and The Today Show. 

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