K-Quick, Beats, Bars, and Faith


K-Quick, born Keone Markeye Reed on January 18, 1992, is a rapper/singer/songwriter from Maryland. Born in Washington DC and raised in Prince Georges County Maryland, K-Quick has been influenced by music throughout his entire life. He grew up listening to R&B, Reggae, Hip-Hop, Rock, Pop, and Gospel along with many other genres. He takes the inspiration he gets from those and incorporates them into his music making him a very diverse artist. He began writing at the age of 7 and sharpening his free-style skills by age 11 by participating in rap battles which he continues to do till this day. K-Quick writes about his life experiences and brings forth his true feelings and emotions through his music.

K-Quick uses his love for writing to express his happiness and praise, but he also exposes pain, anger, hardships, and struggles as well. K-Quick’s goal is to promote and spread knowledge and strength among people. Since the summer of 2013 K-Quick has united with artists who share the same goal to create an alliance called Beats Bars and Faith, or B.B.F.

To further accomplish his goal, K-Quick works with a non-profit organization called Youth Speaks that helps build the knowledge of children. K-Quick lives and breathes music and will continue to fulfill his passion for years to come.

Visit K-Quick on his Official Website to learn more about his music.

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