In previous years , his rankings have been at: #86(2014), #80 (2015), #32 (2016) , #30 (2017). After conquering the Dutch club scene, the young DJ started making big steps. In 2011, Quintino released ‘Epic’
with Sandro Silva which became platinum. In the past two years, Quintino released major hits like ‘Freak’
(45mln streams) and ‘I Just Can’t’ (80mln streams) together with fellow Dutchman R3hab, followed up by great collaborations with Cheat Codes and Nervo. 2017 was a great year for Quintino. He dominated the dance floors with his solo club tracks ‘Underground’, ‘Carnival’ and his GO HARDER EP series. He also dropped an exciting new tune with his solo release ‘Good Vibes’, which already has reached over 20mln streams.
2018 couldn’t have started any bigger for Quintino, he started with a another collaboartion with Hardwell
called ‘Woest’. The track is a follow up on their earlier releases together titled ‘Baldadig’ and ‘Scorpion’. But
Quintino was just getting started and teamed up with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and together they released
not one but two tracks called ‘Slow Down’ and ‘Patser Bounce’. During the spring, he released and his collab
with Steve Aoki called ‘Mayhem’, which has hit over 15mln streams on Spotify and a brand new GO HARDER EP, already the fourth EP from the series. In totall all the 2018 releases combined ranked up more than 70 million streams on Spotify alone.
Over the past year Quintino also made his debute on the Tomorrowland mainstage and next to playing on all
biggest festivals in the world, Quintino did his first major solo world tour, ‘The Mayhem World Tour’ named after the succesfull single with Steve Aoki. Quintino already had big plans for 2019 and is currently working on his first solo-album and last but not least, the release of his own clothing line in collaboration with Black Bananas. “I want to take things further, whether it’s the music merchansiging or highly produced shows” Quintino emphasizes. “My performance has become so much more than I started out with. I’m in the big league now and want to present myself as the creative artist that I a