Quan Howell

For fans of:Fred Hammond, Stevie Wonder, James Cleveland

In today’s society, music artists often come and go;however,for one individual, departing from his gift is not an option. Quan Howell, the innovational voice of modern gospel is determined to let his light shine. At the tender age of 5, Quan began his music ministry with the help of his grandfather, the Reverend J.A. Thrower. After relentless hours of prayer, practice and preparation, this electrifying vocalist from Columbus, Ohio would soon become the voice of his generation and captivate audiences across the world.

The year was 1995 when Mr. Howell received a call that would forever change his life to audition for famed producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.After blowing the powerhouse producers away, Quan landed the essential role as lead singer of the group,Sounds of Blackness. As the new lead singer, Quan and the group recorded hit songs including,“Hold on Change is Comin’,”“Spirit,” and “God Cares.”His resume reads like a dossier of the entertainment business working with the likes of: Andrew Lloyd Weber, Walt Disney,Rod Stewart, New Edition, Johnny Gill, Salt‘n’Pepa, Ann Nesby, Kirk Franklin, and Tamela Mann. However, opportunity did not stop there as Quan secured notable roles in “I Know I’ve Been Changed,” “I Can Do Bad All by Myself” and “Madea’s Family Reunion” with writer, director, and producer Tyler Perry.

In 2007, Mr. Howell completed his first solo project, “Things Will Get Better”. After stellar reviews from the public, Quan took initiative to begin the creation of his highly anticipated sophomore album and in the spring of 2011 Quan signed a recording contract with TWO:NINE Entertainment®, a partnership destined to propel him, “Beyond Industry”™