Sanford Music Festival Artist Spotlight on: Kupid aka “Q”

q-copyEmerging artist, Kupid aka Q, has been performing as a dancer since he was 16 years old.  While he was with a dance group, he would perform at Caribbean pageants, events and different venues. His performances picked up even more when he joined the group, Crossovah; a boy band that was trying to bridge the gap between mainstream and Caribbean. Q did that for 7 years leading him to the stage as a recording artist, and not just a dance performer.

The type of music that Q is bringing to the industry can appeal to almost anyone. He is much more than just another artist hitting the stage with an island hip hop flow, he has created a unique fusion of Hip Hop, Island Pop, Reggae and R&B.  His show exudes a powerful energy, with a touch of island flavor in every note.

Q has a solid following on social media; 15,000 on Facebook, 11,000 on Instagram and another 11,000 on Twitter. Social media is how he spreads the word about his music and upcoming shows.

Q will soon be releasing the single, “Who Shot Ya”, featuring Summit 103 and produced by Troy from Black Shadow Records who also produced Sean Paul’s first record, “Give Me The Light.” People like to compare Q to Reggae artist, Shaggy, because of the cultural background and Lil Wayne because of his sound.

He most recently performed on New Year’s Eve.  It was a show, he says, that everyone could come out and enjoy with good music, a fun time, and a money ball drop at midnight!  Q adds that, “Success to me is not a tangible item, it is a contagious emotion. When you are successful, you are able to provide the people around you with the same power to drive their success. To me success is a responsibility.”

Fans and new listeners can find out more about Q’s music and upcoming shows at:

Instgram Name : Kupid aka Q
YouTube: Kupidofficial
Twitter: kupidofficial
For booking email:
Q Epk 2016:


About rosesopinion

Rose is a lover of all genres of music, with a deep passion for rock. Legend says that she has long since expired from this world, but continues to creep into as many shows and listen and learn about as much music as she can wrap her empty little head around. Music, it seems, is what keeps her connected to life.
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