Deon Yates | Quintastic

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by Deon Yates

"Quintastic," written and produced by Smooth Jazz Super Producer Darren Rahn, is a quintessential Smooth Jazz vibe made especially for radio. It will take the listener on a musical melodic journey.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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“QUINTASTIC” is the culmination of nearly 10 years of paying dues, relationship building and persistence. The word quintastc
is a noun. The definition is “a person who is aged fifty or more and is still attractive and successful, especially someone famous.” This title was chosen because Deon turned 50 in June of 2018, this is his 5th solo project and there are 5 songs on the EP. Every track is a radio single,” according to Yates. “Quintastic takes you on a musical journey through different moods and scapes and delivers a bit of sonic seduction with tracks like ”The Calm Before,” featuring Nate Harasim and Lin Rountree. The title track, written and produced by Darren Rahn, is a quintessential Smooth Jazz vibe made especially for radio. “When We Meet Again,” a tribute to Deon’s mother, is a light Pop infused gem penned by Jackiem Joyner who also co-wrote, Deon’s homage to the Marvel
Cinematic Universe’s Black Panther, “Wakanda Nights.” A hard hiving driving tune to cruise to with your top down.” “No Other Love” is the first single released to radio and was written and produced by Chris “Big Dog” Davis. This tune was made with the steppers in mind. So come on and join us on this Smooth Jazz Ride!



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