Quincy Isaiah press photo

Quincy Isaiah releases a lovely R&B single, “Say Less”

Quincy Isaiah (@quincy.isaiah) is an 18-year-old singer-songwriter from Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Not too long ago, he released a lovely R&B single, “Say Less,” produced by platinum producer, Aliby (renowned for hits such as “F*cking Fans” by Drake, “Press Me” by Chris Brown, and “Resentment” by Partynextdoor).

Quincy Isaiah – “Say Less” single

“Tell me who hurt you, all the things he put you through. Wanna know how to get to you, tryna show you my point of view. Tell me how could I get you right here right now. Heard your boyfriend been playing round, I could keep you safe and sound.” – lyrics

“Say Less” tells an intriguing tale about a young man who finds interest in a woman with a boyfriend. He gives her timely advice, “It’s about time for you to see, it’s not him, it’s you and me. I could give you everything, you just have to let me in.” Love is in the air, and the young man wants to discuss it.

“Say Less” contains a romantic narrative, tuneful melodies, and ear-pleasing vocals that will resonate well with Chris Brown and Justin Bieber supporters. Furthermore, “Say Less” will be featured on Quincy Isaiah’s forthcoming debut EP.

“Tell me how could I get you right here right now.”

Quincy Isaiah press photo

An eclectic, forward-thinking creative spirit is the essence of the fresh young artist known as Quincy Isaiah. His musical influences include Chris Brown, Drake, and Bryson Tiller.

In school, Quincy moved around the rules at every turn and got away with it. Hall passes, late slips and detention weren’t part of his schedule as he charmed his way to years full of amusing plans. The Ferris Bueller of his school, he had anything and everything at his fingertips, yet he wasn’t particularly interested in letting everyone know it. These fun-loving high school years are captured on his next release, “The Freshman.” The project includes a collection of songs Quincy created throughout high school, seamlessly weaving the intelligent, mischievous energy of the classic teen movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off with his brand of vivid, sensual music.

Quincy Isaiah – “Say Less” single

Quincy Isaiah - “Say Less” cover art

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