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Music Releases (more headlines) 01-14-2014

Quincy Banks Releases New Single 'Fatal Attraction'

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The R 'n' B artist from New Jersey known as Quincy Banks has released his latest official single track, titled, “Fatal Attraction.” The single is the most significant release from Banks since the publication of his popular song, “What It Look Like.” Fatal Attraction by Quincy Banks has been released on the Red Carpet Records music label, which is home to artists such as Twain, J. Bone, Niffty Ur Cool, and longtime Red Carpet collaborator, PrettyBoyBeats. In addition to the considerable skills of Quincy Banks, “Fatal Attraction” also features the talents of Cory Jones.

The Quincy Banks official website (link provided below) calls Banks, “A dedicated artist with natural talent and ambition,” and states that “Quincy Banks possesses the 'it factor' and the integrity to overcome barriers with a positive outcome.”

Banks' “Fatal Attraction” single may certainly be counted as one such result. With hundreds of social media “likes” and “shares,” as well as widespread critical and fan acclaim, the track seems poised to cement Banks' name in the record books of New Jersey hip hop. Including Quincy Banks, the Garden State lays claim to a long string of legendary rap artists, including Joe Budden of Slaughterhouse, P. Diddy, Naughty by Nature, Juelz Santana, Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, Queen Latifah, and Redman.

Banks cites as main artistic influences Drake and Chris Brown, and his own music bears certain similarities to both.

His “Fatal Attraction” single was Produced by Shotta Bwoy of Transformaz Music and the C&C Entertainment Firm, which firm acts as Quincy Banks' management team.

Banks speaks of C&C saying that he has built a home for himself there. His official website states that “[Quincy Banks] is in a comfortable space where he can harness his talent within a multi-faced company whose focus is on artist development, public relations, marketing promotions and event management.”

“Fatal Attraction” was written by Shotta Bwoy, Jesse Coltrane, Cory Jones and R&B/pop-star Chris Brown.

“Fatal Attraction” by Quincy Banks and featuring Cory Jones is available online worldwide.

-S. McCauley
Lead Press Release Writer
MondoTunes

ARTIST CONTACT INFO:

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redcarpetmarketinggroup@gmail.com

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http://www.quincyuniverse.com/

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