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QUIET AKILLEZ'S BIOGRAPHY Quiet Akillez grandmother was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. She migrated to Chicago, IL where his mother was born. During the Civil Rights Movement they relocated to Nashua, NH where Quiet was born. After his third birthday Quiet and his mother moved to New Orlands with relatives. Shortly after his mother moved to California where his grandmother resided for three years since being in New Hampshire. Solange Baker was born in 1981 while her brother was still living in New Orlands. Quiet's relatives refused to let him see his sister because of the grudges they had with his mother. Nine months after Solange was born she past away before he was able to see his sister. One year later when Quiet was six he moved back with his grandmother and mother in California after she won court battles to get her grandson back. That year Quiet Akillez's mother passes away. After these certain tragities were inflicted on him, for years he said nothing and remained silent. That's where the name Quiet comes from. Before Quiet was born his mother, at the age of fourteen, wanted to abort him but his grandmother told her she would adopt him and did. This made his aunts and uncles his sisters and brothers. This is where Quiet Akillez's complexity comes in, not to mention he was born on January 20th right on the cusp of Aquarious and Capricorn. When Quiet was fifteen years old he put out his first single called "Baby Bounce" under his own company (DaVon Records; which stands for his name, Dante, his mother, LaVerne, and his sister's name, Solange). The distributing company he was with robbed him of all his profits, at that point he decided not to record another song until he learned everything about the entertainment bussiness. He has worked for different record companies, publications, entertainment companies, ect. for fifteen years. He is now satisfied enough to wake up every soul on this earth. To be continues until the next fourteen years. 2022