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The Great Awakening Spoken Word Mixtape: 2004
The Reformation Spoken Word Mixtape: 2005
What You Asked For Mixtape (Hip-Hop): COMING SOON!
Growth: The Album- COMING SOON!

Opened for:
- Slick Rick (Ziggy's- Winston-Salem, NC- 2007)
- Saul Williams (Winston-Salem State Univ.- 2004)
- Shareefa (Metal Rebel Winston-Salem, NC- 2006)
- Meagan Rochelle (Metal Rebel Winston-Salem,NC-2006)
- AfroFlow Tour (ft. Mike- E, Hot Sauce, D.J. Invisible, Sowande Keita- Winston-Salem State University- 2007)
- Hip-Hop Forum (Keynote Speaker: 9th Wonder)

ACUI Regional Individual Poetry Slam- winner (University of Tenn.- Knoxville, TN)
ACUI National College Team Poetry Slam (Eastern Michigan- Individual Rookie of the Year

Lecturer- Poetry and Performance (Winston-Salem State University- 2006)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Currently a matriculating senior and also current poet laureate at Winston-Salem State University, ”Quill” has been in love with the artistry of the spoken word since he was nine years old. Writing and performing for crowds of hundreds by the age of twelve his work has grown in the depth and range of an “old soul”. Now 21, Quill is one of the most notable poets in the North Carolina region and recognized as a veteran poet in the spoken word community. Quill’s ability to motivate his generation has captivated audiences throughout the southeast and beyond. Featured at the 2005 National Black Theater Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Quill’s electrifying style has opened for such national acts as Disturbing Tha Peace and Def Jam R&B recording artists “Shareefa” and “Meagan Rochelle”. He has become known for his remarkable stage presence and natural ability to seamlessly combine poetry with a heavily hip-hop influenced delivery style. A recipient of the 2001 Charlotte Culture Calendar Youth Artist of the Year Award, he has performed for and been well received by legendary hip-hop icons such as hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, founder of Def Jam recordings. With content compared to that of the legendary Gil Scott Heron as well as The Last Poets, Quill’s own tribute to the revolution they birthed, his poem “Beyond the Revolution” proved him to be a force to be reckoned with on the spoken word circuit. Not just another watered down voice for today’s contemporary pop culture, Quill’s passion for his art form is evident; his poetic, prophetic style has all the makings of a great writer and great performer that will take the world by storm.