Quis Christ

Marquis Richardson better known by his stage name Quis Christ (Formerly Marquis Rashard )hailing from Long Island, New York has made quite the impact in his early musical career. After releasing his debut EP 40Acres in April of 2015, Marquis has been busy hitting the road getting his name up having traveled to New Jersey, Boston, Chicago, Austin (For SXSW) and Philadelphia to put on live performances. Having opened for artists such as Talib Kweli, Curren$y, Fashawn, Peter Rock, Inspectah Deck, Jarren Benton, R.A. The Rugged Man and Sean Price, Marquis has accomplished quite the resume in a short time. With a old school feel mixed with a new school hip hop flavor Marquis has been able to bring back that signature “New York hip hop sound”. Some have compared him to a modern day Big L, some say he’s reminiscent of Method Man or a east coast version of Big KRIT. Having been inspired by artists such as Nas, Big Daddy Kane, The Cool Kids, Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar Quis is still perfecting his sound trying to find his niche. His following release, another EP titled SON… continued to push his notoriety even further, landing features on thisis50.com and also getting him noticed as an top artist to watch by breakingandentering.com. With his debut full length album titled Life As A Shortie that released on July 14th, 2017 that garnered success. Quis continued to build and do shows as well, as drop his follow up project Bush Era Terror.


Show History

The Fez, Stamford, CT
The Gateway, Brooklyn, NY Opened for Dee 1
Knitting Factory, New York, New York opened for Kota The Friend
Debonair Music Hall, Teaneck, NJ
Bushwick Public House Brooklyn, NY
Otto's Shrunken Head New York, NY
The Delancey, New York, NY
Fitgers Brew House Minneapolis, MN
Fado Irish Pub, Washington DC
Magnolia Bar, Louisville, KY
The Big Legrowlski, Portland, OR
Substation, Seattle, WA
Super Happy Fun Land, Houston, TX
Gussy's, Queens, NY
Starr Bar, Brooklyn, NY


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