yTwo days in the past, Quality Control introduced the signing of a 20-year-old singer named Layton Greene, hailing from St-Louis, Missouri. Greene’s signing is a historic landmark for the administration consortium, who’ve little expertise grooming R&B expertise, however in Layton, they really feel they’ve an actual shot at getting it proper, of their first try.
The new signee celebrated placing pen to paper on her personal Twitter account. “First R&B singer signed to QC, that’s main,” she posted by way of Twitter. “This shit really feel like a dream.”
Quality Control’s co-founder Pierre “Pee” Thomas echoed the sentiment in a subsequent Instagram put up asserting their partnership. The 20-year-old first hit pay dust off the power of a Kodak Black cowl – her rendition of “Roll in Peace” garnering slightly below 15 million streams on SoundCloud, paving the best way for tons of hypothesis over her future. Before her destiny was sealed underneath the QC banner, Greene outlined her plans in a forthright interview with Billboard magazine.
“I hope to convey the sport some new music, some integrity. I really feel just like the one factor loads of artists lack is integrity,” she defined, whereas her “Roll in Peace” cowl was simply starting to flare up. “I really feel like they’re not sincere with themselves. We don’t get an actual sense of who they’re by means of their music.”
Layton Greene joins a proficient group of artists underneath Quality Control administration, the likes of which embrace Lil Baby, City Girls, Lil Yachty, and final however not least, Migos, who joined the outfit on the onset of their careers.