There are more than one groups with this name:
1. Quo was a short-lived rap group composed of Wade Robson and DeWayne Turrentine that was signed to Michael Jackson's Epic Records sub-label, MJJ Music during the explosion of kid rap duos. The duo came together in 1994 and released the single "Blowin' Up (Don't Stop the Music)" which became a minor hip hop hit, charting on both the Hot Rap Singles chart and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. On October 25, 1994, the duo's self-titled album was released but failed to make it to any of the Billboard charts. The following year, a second single, "Quo Funk," was released, which heavily sampled the Jacksons' “This Place Hotel,” but it only made it to #2 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles. After "Quo Funk," the duo disbanded, with Wade Robson becoming a successful choreographer, producer, and actor; while DeWayne Turrentine became a fashion model and married actress Reagan Gomez-Preston.
2. QUO is the musical brainchild of Ryan Nichols, a Chicago based producer of modern psychedelic music. Established in 2001, QUO has been evolving since conception. Combining elements of ambient, dub, classical, & down tempo among other things, QUO creates an environment transcendent of it's parts. Upon first listening it is apparent that no amount of categorization can describe the alien landscapes to which QUO transports listeners. Finely balanced between aesthetics & academia QUO plays like the soundtrack for an expanding universe. Infinitely large and small, QUO is a timeless meditation on the boundlessness of nature. Crafted with the utmost attention to detail, QUO is a deep listening experience intended for the wide open mind.