Known as a highly talented Dutch DJ and producer, Quintino has become one of the leading forces in the global dance music scene today. Working with legendary names like Tiësto, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, R3hab, Nervo and Hardwell, this is an artist who gets his career boosted year by year.
At a young age, Quintino was discovered by house music mastermind Laidback Luke who was impressed by Quintino’s precision and unrivaled ability behind the turntables. Quintino will always bring good vibes and a lot of energy with his sets. After conquering the Dutch club scene, the young DJ started making big steps. In 2011, Quintino released ‘Epic’ with Sandro Silva which became platinum. This was the start his successful international DJ career. Since then, Quintino’s club bangers have been played all over the world.
In the past two years, Quintino released major hits like ‘Freak’ and ‘I Just Can’t’ together with fellow Dutchman R3hab, which both passed 40 million streams, followed up by great collaborations with Cheat Codes & Nervo. 2017 was a great year for Quintino. He dominated the dancefloors with his solo club tracks ‘Underground’, ‘Carnival’ and his GO HARDER EP series. On top of that, he dropped an exciting new tune with his solo release ‘Good Vibes’. And last but not least, he teamed up with Hardwell again for a remix of J. Balvin & Willy William’s ‘Mi Gente’, a follow up on their earlier collaborations ‘Scorpion’ and ‘Baldadig’.
Today, Quintino has over 200 international gigs a year and became an acknowledged headliner at the biggest festivals and club shows worldwide like Tomorrowland, Ultra, Sunrise Festival, Dreambeach Festival, EDC and many more. His successful career has led to Quintino being listed in the DJMAG top100djs for four years in a row. Moving up on the list every year making a massive jump from #80 to #32 in 2016. He is currently ranked at #30 on the list.
Quintino is not planning on slowing down any time soon. A lot more is expected in 2018; new collaborations with Steve Aoki, Hardwell and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike plus a new Go Harder EP. Quintino worked on new visuals to take his show to the next level. 2018 is definitely going to be another successful year with great releases and gigs.
“I want to take things further, whether it’s the music or highly produced shows” Quintino emphasizes. “My performance has become so much more than the DJ stuff I started out with. I’m in the big league now and want to present myself as the creative artist that I am”.