About San Quinn
San Quinn (Quincy Brooks IV) was born in Oakland, Ca. on October 24th and later moved to San Francisco at age 3 to San Francisco’s Fillmore district. Like so many other rappers, he began rhyming to stay out of trouble. He was raised in the same neighborhood as many well known names like Rappin 4-Tay, JT the Bigga Figga, Seff Tha Gaffla, D-Moe, Hugh-E-MC, Messy Marv, and Andre Nickatina just to name a few. Quinn was signed to Get Low Records at the tender age of 14 and released his first song “SFC” with GLP and RBL when he was 14. His first album entitled “Don’t Cross Me” under Get Low/Buck Fifty Records followed shortly thereafter when he was a freshman in high school. The genesis for his current stardom began, Quinn went on to work with Master P and was featured on West Coast Bad Boyz 1 & 2, both of which have been certified Gold. Quinn dropped “Live N’ Direct” which featured the smash hit “Come on in” under Get Low Records in 1995.