510Kwint is the next big thing to come out of Florida. The 30-year-old who grew up listening to lil Wayne in the car with his big Brother has released 2 mixtapes since beginning his career in 2016. Being out in front of people and just being ‘The Man’” might sound like a vague and ridiculous dream to have, but for LaQuintine Taylor it might be the most appropriate thought to cross any mind.
Any other 30-year-old probably would’ve let all this hype go to their heads, but not Kwint As focused as ever, Kwint only saw this praise as an opportunity to work harder. In 2016, with the help of Spotify and Apple Music, Kwint released “Drop Zone,” which will be soon followed by “The sequel to “Broken Art” This new Album would soon out grow its predecessor so much so that the demand for Kwint’s music will be greater than ever.
In the months following, both his fanbase and the anticipation for his new mixtape grew daily. Once Kwint Dropped “2 Door ” in early 2016 it was clear that he had established himself as one of the underground rap-game’s brightest up coming Artists to watch. With an unprecedented amount of downloads, not to mention both the top search on SoundCloud as well as trending From his Video Money First , it seemed as if the entire town was on board with the Kwint movement.
Until 2018 when a incident happened were he lost a huge amount of his fan base from working with a new artist and Manager. That Took a large amount of money and didn’t stick to the agreement. Kwint feels as if he was counted out.. and didn’t feel he had his fair chance to shine. Many Say that this release of “Broken Art” might place Kwint on that XXL Freshmen 23 class..But all I can say is “only time will tell”
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