Quincy Brown Showcases His Rap Talent With New Video "Sorry Kids"

Quincy Brown drops off his new video for "Sorry Kids"

Quincy Brown (Known for his work as an actor and a series regular on Fox’s STAR; He is also the son of Kim Porter, Al B Sure and Diddy) has released the official music video for "Sorry Kids," a TackBurnaz-produced single that debuted back in October.

The release is a hip-hop narrative of his life, where he showcases his talent as a recording artist outside of acting.

The music video was co-directed by Quincy Brown and Luis Guanzon.

"This video was put together in a very, very, very quick turnaround time,” said Quincy Brown. "It was definitely something that we went into thinking one thing, and we had a million other ideas once we got to the location. We did no location scouting; everything was just, like, ' Oh, we found this, we need this, we need that. But then once we got there, we started becoming scientists—visual scientists.”

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