Known as a highly talented Dutch DJ and producer, Quintino has become one of the leading forces in the global music scene today. After taking on the role as DJ it wouldn’t take long before he was able to place his mark on nowadays dance music. Working with legendary names as Tiësto and Hardwell, signed to the world’s largest dance label Spinnin’ Records, this is a DJ whose career gets boosted year by year.
At a young age, Quintino is discovered by house music mastermind Laidback Luke, who's impressed with Quintino’s precision and unrivaled ability behind the turntables. After conquering the Dutch club scene, the young DJ starts making new steps, releasing among others the with platinum certified track ‘Epic’ with Sandro Silva in 2011, which in total has been streamed more than 34 million times combined. Another banger from the hands of the talented DJ is ‘Go Hard’, released in 2014, reaching 32 million YouTube views and 2.3 million Spotify plays.
Fast forward to 2015, Quintino launches his global radio show SupersoniQ Radio on worldwide station SiriusXM's Electric Arean, which has proven to be a smash hit and is delivered to the masses through 25 global radio stations as well as all the major socials and streaming sites. In that same year the Dutchman also signs a deal with influential label Spinnin’ Records and made a huge jump in this years DJ Mag Top 100 from position 80 to to the #32 spot.
This year he released, amongst others, the tracks ‘Freak’ together with fellow Dutchman R3HAB which surpassed the 20 million streams combined. Followed up by the hit ‘Can’t Fight It’ with the LA based trio Cheat Codes which surpassed the 6.7 million Spotify plays within the first two months since release and still is growing strongly.
Today Quintino has more than 200 international gigs a year and evolved himself to acknowledged headliner of the biggest festivals around the world. To name a few, this year he includes gigs such as Tomorrowland, Marenostrum, Summerfestival, Sunrise Festival and Ushuaia Ibiza to his tour schedule. He has been remixing for the likes of Galantis, Major Lazer and more, which have been played in many clubs and festivals.
Quintino is not planning on slowing down any time soon. A lot more is to be expected, like his ‘Go Harder Part 2 Ep’ and yet another collaboration with Hardwell called ‘Baldadig, following up their collaboration ‘Scorpion’ of last year.
“I want to take things further, whether it’s the music or specially prepared shows”, he 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 artist that I am. So, lots of ambition here, I’m only getting started.”