Qwyntel De'Qkwaun Carter

Qwyntel Carter, born in New Jersey established in Austin, Texas. Music motivated Carter throughout his unstable childhood. He grew up looking up to JayZ, Lil Wayne, Tupac, and Young Jeezy. Q Carter has always been musical and diverse being apart of the band since middle school playing the tenor saxophone, and always had an entrepreneurial spirit. A tragic incident involving his older brother A Nix influenced Q Carter to speak his mind through music. 
Since then Q Carter has obtained his own wave of a clout recognition and several performance awards including the following; 
Austin Texas Youngin Of The Year 2011**
Front Page of Ryder Magazine 2013**
Mixtape Of The Year Nominee 2013**
Best SXSW Solo Performance 2014** 
Texas Relays Freestyle Champion 2014**
Audio Engineer Graduate 2014**
Digital Film Graduate 2015**
Produced Makaveli Short Film 2015**
TrapOrDieTexasTour 2016** 
Carter constantly continues to increase his network locally and nationally. He has been featured on records with Young Money's Cory Gunz, Rizzo Rizzo, JR Writer, SparkDawg, Yung Ruler, Aki Starr and Grammy award winning artist Jana Monashee with recording credits for Iamsu, Ray X, Waka Flocka & Chop Squad DJ. 
He currently organizes events with a "Showtime at the Apollo" feel showcasing local and surrounding areas of Austin featuring artists from all around the world. Carter also has been featured in the Television show Friday night lights as a one of the main football players and made his first indy hip hop debut as DJ Quik in a short movie based on the urban music legend, Tupac, entitled Makaveli. Which was written, edited and filmed by Q Carter. 
  Q Carter believes anything is possible if you hustle. He is definitely a role model in his community and is a living representation of thriving through the struggle. Carter has high hopes and his overall mission is to be one of the best motivational Artist/Producer's in the industry and to better himself daily

“as long as you're alive you haven't reached your best yet” - Eric Thomas