Quinn XCII Empties His Pockets On New Single ‘Fake Denim’

Posted by on July 7, 2017

Before getting into the latest offering from Quinn XCII, we must first address an important topic. Contrary to popular belief his name is not Pronounced Quinn XCII, but rather Quinn Ninety-Two.

Today Quinn XCII has graced us with his latest work, Fake Denim, which is following the success of his previous singles Straightjacket and Make Time. If there is one thing that fans of this rising star have come to expect it is extraordinary instrumentals filled with an array of sounds, from horns to extremely crisp snaps that always result in a record that spews good vibes. Despite tackling the hypothetical topic of having a gold digging girlfriend, the vibes are still on display with catchy cadences and a hook that has the listener already singing the second time through.

This latest record shows some significant maturing and growth from the Los Angeles based artist as he continues to collaborate and work with other talent in the entertainment hotbed that is the Greater Los Angeles area.

Hailing from Detroit, Michigan and a proud graduate of Michigan State University, Quinn has been a pleasure to watch grow over the last few years. After switching his name, and his sound in 2014, his debut project “Change of Scenery” was released to much critical acclaim in January of 2015. With standout tracks such as FFYL and Another Day In Paradise, Ninety-Two was off to the races, and hasn’t slowed down yet. The Columbia Records signee is on his way to immense success in 2018, watch out.