San Quinn
San Quinn

Birth name

Quincy Brooks


October 24, 1977
Oakland, California, United States


San Francisco, California, United States


Hip hop



Years active



Buck Fifty Records (1993)
Get Low Recordz (1994-2001)
Champeli Entertainment (2001)
Done Deal Entertainment (2002-present)
Frisco Street Show (2004)
SMC Recordings (2006-2008)

Associated acts

Assassin, Berner, C-Bo, DJ Fresh, Get Low Playaz, Husalah, The Jacka, JT the Bigga Figga, Keak da Sneak, Messy Marv, T-Nutty, Ya Boy

Quincy Brooks (born October 24, 1977), better known by his stage name San Quinn, is an American rapper from San Francisco, California. Quinn was born in Oakland but moved to the Fillmore District of San Francisco at age three. He is the cousin of rappers Messy Marv and Ya Boy, and NFL player Stevie Johnson.

Quinn released his debut studio album, Don't Cross Me, in 1993, aged fifteen. He signed to JT the Bigga Figga's label Get Low Recordz in 1994 and joined the label's group Get Low Playaz. He would go on to release three solo albums on the label, Live n Direct in 1995, The Hustle Continues in 1996 and 4.5.7 Is the Code in 2001, as well as four albums as a member of the Get Low Playaz. In 2002, he left the label and established his own record label Done Deal Entertainment, on which he has released five studio albums. Quinn is a prolific artist and has released twelve solo albums and twelve collaborative albums over his career.


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