Interview with ‘q’ and lynx’
Addressing the issue of the recent trend of violence and crime in the youth of Dominica, Trinidadian Gospel Singer Quincy Richardson better known by his stage name ‘Q’ attributes the trend to the influence of music.
He noted that certain popular genres of music promote violence and crime in their songs which in turn becomes part of the listener.
The gospel singer who also sings the popular genres of dancehall and reggae, says that the music he produces carries a positive message that draws people to God.
This atmosphere of positivity he hopes to promote in the youths of Dominica alongside Bahamian Gospel artist Andrew Cartwright a.k.a ‘Mr. Lynx’ Both artists will be headline performers at the ‘Be Transformed Part 2’ concert on April 20th at the Old Mill Cultural Center.
Mr. Lynx encourages youth who have aspirations of becoming professional gospel singers to pursue their dreams actively and also advises them to pursue relevant themes of music.
This will be the singers second visit to Dominica, the first being for part 1 of this concert in 2011 where they performed alongside local gospel artists Sernel, God Sent and Joel Daniel to name a few.