With his uncontainable charisma and traffic-stopping fashion sense, Quinton Griggs cuts an instantly memorable figure. For as much as he aesthetically recalls the musical icons of the seventies and eighties, his music embodies 21st century genre-busting, striking a balance between stadium-ready Def Leppard-style bombast, pop punk attitude, and early aughts energy. Growing up in North Carolina, he initially excelled on the football field as a running back and sometime quarterback. After devoting most of his life to the sport, a torn ACL derailed his professional ambitions. Stuck at home for a summer, he launched a TikTok out of boredom and amassed a rabid following. After consistently going viral, his surroundings and collaborations helped open up the floodgates of inspiration, and Quinton knew music was his direction. 2021 saw him unleash the single “Chaos” produced by Erik Ron [Panic! At The Disco, etc]. It racked up over 1 million Spotify streams independently and increased buzz. Around the same time, Pete Wentz [Fall Out Boy] caught wind of Quinton’s music and became an early champion and collaborator. After his second release, “Crazy Devotion” (co-written by Pete and produced by John Feldmann) earlier this year, Quinton is back in the studio working on new music and is set to release his new single "Anything Goes" later this year (also co-written by Pete).