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  • Label Founder LEFTI Taps NYC-Based DJ’s Rich Furniss and N2N To Team Up For Label Operations For 2023


    ​Quincy Boy Records is a Brooklyn-based House record label founded by LEFTI (Alex Suarez). With their funky disco influence, Quincy Boy has made an immediate impact on the House and Disco House community around the world.

    In 2022, Quincy Boy has had multiple chart-topping releases on Traxsource, including  LEFTI and Selena Faider’s collab “Party People” as well as LEFTI’s recent single “Lightning”, which have both garnered major international support from the likes of BBCradio1 as well as world class names like David Guetta, Arielle Free, Danny Howard and Claptone. Mark Knight has also supported Aternity’s “Underground” and Clavette’s “Crazy” on his popular Toolroom Radio.

    With so much support already fueling this impressive label, LEFTI has decided to team up with two more rising artists in NYC, Rich Furniss and N2N to work on label operations for 2023. It’s a no brainer, especially looking at what each artist has already accomplished in their own career. Rich Furniss has played and worked with the likes of Diplo, Rick Ross and Chromeo, and also performed at Safe & Sound SXSW, Governors Ball, Winter Music Conference, Miami Art week and more. 

    We’re excited to see where this label goes in the new year. In the meantime, check out the official Quincy Boy Spotify Playlist below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Label Founder LEFTI Taps NYC-Based DJ’s Rich Furniss and N2N To Team Up For Label Operations For 2023

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