On Saturday, January 20th the Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly hosts The Perfect Storm: Khalil Romeo x Quez, Mason Deforest, Luna, RADO, and Hans.
Midwest born; northwest raised Khalil Romeo is the creative fusion of both regions and everywhere in between. Maneuvering through anxieties, distractions, and introspections, Khalil presents a connective sense of vulnerability through his music. An untapped world of talent and stories flow through his Hip-hop and R&B soundscape. Doubling as an artist and producer, Khalil Romeo has gained great traction in 2023. After releasing his debut project “Anything for You”, Khalil has opened for major acts such as AG Club & BlueBucksClan and collaborated with up and comers like BIGBABYGUCCI and Khi Infinite. All while his new song “Coming Home” quickly surpassed 55k streams. Above it all, Khalil Romeo pulls listeners to join him through an ever-evolving artistic journey.
Quez began climbing the music ladder by opening at small venues for small artists and has since grown to performing large venues with sold out crowds. To date he has worked with multi-platinum producers & engineers such as Frankie Ramirez, DJ Flippp, and BricksforSale, who have worked with artists such as Lil Pump, Future, Young Thug, SmokePurpp, and many others. Aside from his recording, Quez is able to put on a phenomenal show and captivate an audience with his contagious energy and excitement. Performing shows with artists such as Kyle, Ugly God, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Rich the Kid, Playboi Carti, Joey Bada$$, Famous Dex, The Underachievers, and many others, Quez has been able to grow his fan base and his talents beyond his years. Most recently Quez has created two new singles with Lil Xan and Steven Cannon, and has recently finished his highly anticipated new album that will be dropping later this year. Quez is an artist that has scratched and clawed his way to where he is now and will stop at nothing until he reaches the highest level of recording and performing excellence. Coming from a broken home, often surfing couches year in and year out, his true home is behind a mic whether in a studio or on a stage.