Que

Que

 Atlanta, Georgia, USA
SoloHip Hop

Biography

Although Que is no longer a newcomer to the music scene, after his street single “Young N*gga” featuring Migos went viral in 2013, so did his name, likeness and status.  The melodic-driven track served as the perfect backdrop to showcase Que’s unique finesse on the mic.  The single, produced by friend and Grammy Nominated producer Sonny Digital, was featured on the now classic mixtape Forbes Atlanta, and landed him a deal on Atlantic Records.  After releasing a string of increasingly popular follow-up tracks such “Rich Problems” featuring 2 Chainz, and “Too Much” featuring Trey Songz, the Atlanta transplant by way of Kansas City, KS garnered the attention of the music industry and music fans.

Instead of going the conventional route of servicing his music, Que and his team chose the old-school grassroots method of marketing by developing and nurturing personal relationships.  They go to clubs, shake hands with each DJ, and continue to building his brand.  It’s that hands-on approach that has opened up a floodgate of opportunities for Que including performances along artists such as Young Jeezy, Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $igns.   In between his hectic travel and work schedule, Que has found the time to add to his budding resume.  Those accomplishments include collaborations with French Montana, Juicy J, Snoop Dogg.

Hard work is key when it comes to bringing one’s dreams into reality and Que is the poster child for perseverance.  His latest single “Gucci Said”, produced by Sonny Digital hit the internet by storm and sparked the beginning of a new project for Sonny and Que picked up by eOne.