Rooted in gospel, soul, and hip-hop, Bayou Citi continues the rich musical legacy of R&B vocal groups. Bayou Citi is a male vocalists comprised of year old twin brothers Quincy and Quinton Lovings. The group has the image of a younger Jagged Edge, the honed dance moves of an older B2K, and smooth harmonies reminiscent of Boyz II Men. The group, originally named Futures Promise, was formed by Quinton, Quincy, Houston and two other members while attending high school in Humble, TX. As time passed, Houston and the twins grew together as brothers and made the decision to move on as a trio. The group’s name, Bayou Citi, is representative of their heritage and upbringing in Houston area. As the group members grew into there school, there came complications of time and compliance, making it difficult as a group to stay focused on what they wanted most. Twins distinctly seperated from Houston. Quincy and Quentin began writting there music, and as well as producing.This than became the startings of Twin Muzic and now are known as it.
Quinton and Quincy, along with their sister, were raised in foster care, until they were adopted into the Lovings family when the twins were six years old. The twins grew up playing piano and singing in school and church choirs where their talent was recognized at an early age. Under the loving care and guidance from their adopted parents, they continued performing in various talent shows and events throughout Texas. They later discovered that their biological parents, whom they’ve never met, were also musicians. This served to fuel their motivation to take their God given gift of music to the next level.
Quentin and Quincy currently live together in Houston and attend Texas Southern University where they study music and dance. At TSU, Quincy and Quinton decided to give up their football scholarships in order to dedicate more of their time to sharpening their musical talent. Their love of piano, writing, and producing their music is only eclipsed by their youthful enthusiasm toward life. They signed a production deal with Lifeline Entertainment in Houston, TX in the summer of 2008. They are eagerly awaiting their next project with powerful Pop, Hip-hop, and R&B producer, Kevin Randolph, former member of the Underdogs. Bayou Citi is also among a stable of talented young artists to be featured on a new reality television show. The group is currently under management with Anne Carroll and Phillip (P-Smooth) Roberson of Annie C. Oakley Management Co. and is, as always, anxiously waiting to take their God given talent to the next level.
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