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B. Quincy Griffin



Berkeley native B. Quincy Griffin has scored over a dozen feature films including Oscar-nominated “Daughter from Danang” and Sundance Film Festival winner “My Flesh and Blood.” His recent feature film scores include, “Rhythm City Drumbeat”, “The Pushouts”, “On Her Own”, “Without a Net”, “A Kind of Order”, “One in a Million”, and “We’ve Got the Power”. Recent music placements include television shows “Grownish”, “Imposters”, and the feature film “Zipper”. His music can also be heard in the 2012 Oscar nominated documentary short “The Barber of Birmingham” ,“The Waiting Room”(opening sequence), the Benjamin Bratt film “La Mission”, “The Two Escobars”, and “Better This World.” In addition, Quincy wrote and produced the first ever Hip Hop songs for the television show “Dora the Explorer.”


Quincy founded and produced the Latin Hip-Hop band “O-Maya”, produced rapper Deuce Eclipse’s album “Indigenous Noise”, and is currently writing with and producing for vocalist Luqman Frank. A sampling of Quincy’s work can be viewed and heard at www.quincygriffin.com.