Quanteisha Benjamin, often referred to by the mononym Quanteisha, is a Canadian R&B singer.
1 Early life,
2 Singing career,
3.2 Music videos,
4 Awards and nominations,
6 External links,
Quanteisha grew up in Edmonton, Alberta, and attended Jasper Place Composite High School. In 2008 she entered the local singing competition Bounce Showdown, held by contemporary hit radio station 91.7 The Bounce (CHBN-FM), becoming the fourth winner.
After being signed with HipJoint Productions, out of Vancouver, Quanteisha recorded two songs in 2008, "Cover Girls" and "Get Loose". "Cover Girls" would get licensed for use on the sitcom 'da Kink in My Hair, and a music video. In 2009 she released "Someday" and "D'n'G", and "Someday" was used in the sitcom Gigantic. Also in 2009, a "Get Loose" remix was featured in the American Pie Presents: The Book of Love comedy film. Her latest single, "Stars", has won a Juno Award for R&B/Soul Recording of the Year.