He was called the “Hot Boy” but that title did not tell the real story. His accolades include: · Being named East Coast DJ of the Year at the Mix Show Power Summit · Voted DC’s most popular DJ, Best Radio & Club DJ for 6 consecutive years · Named both Global Spin Award’s Break Through DJ & National Club DJ of the Year · Source Magazine list him in the Power 30 DJs for the last 3 years and one of the Top 10 DJs in Country · DJ for the nationally syndicated Russ Parr Morning Show · DJ for the BET 106 & Park TV Show · 93.9 WKYS (DC) & 92Q (Baltimore) Radio Personality, DJ, & Host of The Quicksilva Show · Personal DJ for NFL legend Ray Lewis The list of celebrities for whom has deejayed reads like the ultimate VIP list that includes renowned and award winning artist like, Stevie Wonder, Lil' Mo, Common, Jamie Foxx, LL Cool J, Snoop Dogg, and BET Founder, Bob Johnsons’ Grand Opening of the BET Soundstage in Turks & Caicos. Quick has been one of the official DJ’s on some of the biggest national and international tours and events. Quick also had the distinct pleasure of having been an opening DJ for Janet Jackson and the Official DJ for national events like The NBA Allstar Weekend, the Annual CIAA Weekend, and the NFL Superbowl activities. In 2013, Quick was called to deejay for President Barack Obama’s Second Term Inaugural Ball. Quicksilva picked up an endorsement when he was selected as an Official Pepsi Smash DJ in 2004. He also has been an official DJ for Jamaica’s Red Stripe Beer. Sean “Diddy” Combs handpicked him as a Ciroc Boyz DJ whose talent has moved beyond deejaying to being a major influencer for the brand. Quicksilva has since been endorsed by apparel and footwear lines with Adidas and Luxe-T. He is currently a Brand Ambassador for PUMA. And, he has been a long-time DJ with the national men’s urban footwear & apparel retailer, DTLR, Inc. as well as an on-air personality for the ground breaking internet based DTLR Radio. During 2016-2018, Quick was the host of The Fam in the Morning (93.9 WKYS) radio show. Most recently, he started hosting a syndicated show called, “The QuickSilva Show” heard weekdays 3-7 PM on both 92.3 FM in Baltimore & 93.9 FM in DC. Quick is the owner of Baltimore’s Premier Nightclub, Club DownTown Bmore (416 E. Baltimore St.). When he’s not working with his radio show or club, Quick spends his time as a motivational speaker and community volunteer.