Kafui, also known as Quincy; was born to two teenage parents in a city called Sekondi in Ghana West Africa in 1985. In April 2004, He completed his last year of high school and got a four year scholarship at the Columbus College of art and design. That same year, Quincy became a member of the international society of poets.
Quincy turned down the scholarship and joined the Army as a frontline soldier. He was deployed to Baghdad Iraq for 15 months, during that time he wrote songs and recorded them whenever he could. Quincy sustained quite a few injuries from terrorist attacks and was honorably discharged from service in 2009.
Quincy started pursuing a BA in performing arts at the University of Akron Ohio. He also performed his first single “AFRICAN BOY”, at an annual African student association. The song also aired on "This is Africa" an internet radio station. The song is a projection of where he comes from and his lifestyle; also his song "RACE FOR MY FUTURE", gives listeners a look into his life. "I am proud to be African and I'll always represent my country everywhere I go", he says.
Friends call him a lyrical gold mine, and critics say, "Quincy is the present and future of music".