Quinn XCII and Whethan are this year's artists for Rock the Bluff

By Hannah Sievert and Brigid Lowney | February 24, 2019 11:19am
CPB announced the Rock the Bluff artists by handing out envelopes to students after Dance of the Decades.
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Quinn XCII and Whethan will be the artists for this year’s Rock the Bluff. The names of the artists were announced in envelope packets that were handed out to students after Saturday night’s Dance of the Decades.

Campus Program Board also made an announcement about the headliners in an Instagram post. 

Quinn XCII is known for blending different styles of music including hip-hop, reggae, electronic and more. Students might recognize well-known songs like “Straightjacket,” “Flare Guns,” and “Full Circle.” His most recent album, “From Michigan with Love,” was released on Feb. 15. 

Whethan is a DJ originally from Chicago. His most-played songs on Spotify include “High” with Dua Lipa, “Savage” with Flux Pavilion and MAX and “Good Nights” with Mascolo. His first album, "Life of a Wallflower Vol. 1," was released on Nov. 9, 2018.

Rock the Bluff will take place on Mar. 30 and is free to all students.

Brigid Lowney is the living editor at The Beacon. She can be reached at lowney19@up.edu.