Quentin Elias is a French model and dance music artist of Algerian origins who was born in Marseille, France, in 1980. At the age of 15, Quentin moved to Paris and in 1996 he was selected as a member of the boy band Alliage. In 2002, he was named the Most Promising Male Singer, and was awarded the coveted Diamond Award at The Diamond Award Festival in Europe. He later relocated to the United States and released the single "Always the Last to Say Goodbye". Continuing to perform and record, Quentin released a maxi single "Serve It Up" in 2005 and a solo album “What If I?” 2006.