In a society where music tended to produce clones, Quaine is an artist who breaks the mold. Through his musicality, he displays his special formula and creates a novel sound.
Quine’s vocals and RNB-tinged adlibs, which perfectly fit the understated and ethereal music, are very interesting. His spirit, inventiveness, and enthusiasm are audible.
Quaine has an exceptional artist and we shall unfold what he has in store for us and his fans.
After releasing a hot track with Yo Gotti called “clip flip & move,” this very gifted musician Quaine follows it up with the music video for “we don’t bend we don’t fold,” which was inspired by Kodak Black and filmed and directed by Tony Lear and BigBen’s visions.
Big Ben and Tony Lear join Quaine in telling the tale of some of the hardships he encountered while living in the harsh neighborhoods of Maryland and Washington, DC, including losing one comrade to gun murder and another to a government informant who Quaine once considered a brother. After seeing this movie, one will only feel passion, energy, anger, and enthusiasm as Quaine describes the challenges of the game.
The rapper from Washington, DC, is seen in the video grooving while working in the studio, offering viewers a glimpse into what it’s actually like for artists to work behind the scenes. The project itself is a tribute to Shotti, one of Shotti’s brothers, and was inspired by a close friend and gifted artist named Mannywave. Rell Daquan Tyler and Cartel as a mentor The movie
To listen to Quaine’s rendition of this song, click on the given links below