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Que’s consistency epitomizes the importance of timing.  Since his 2013 debut, he has kept his audience appeased with his craftsmanship.

iOTW8:18- Can You Digg It 2?, the album, is on the way. Keeping with his dedication to consistency, you should expect nothing less than his usual raw artistry. To hold you over, check out the single “Donuts on Melrose” from the album.

Who is QUE "Que" - Quintin Square, was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He and his mother made the migration to Atlanta when he was three years old. Growing up, it was sports that held his attention and kept him grounded. This was ideal for his mother as the motive of their early relocation was to provide escape and opportunity outside of the culture in Kansas City, at the time.
 Suitably settled into life in the South, Que went on to be one of the key players on the Norcross High School basketball team. Still on the rise to becoming a prominent player, he ran into trouble. The consequence of his situation led to all of his scholarship offers being revoked. His alternative route resulted in him attending a trade college in Virgina. This was far from the dream that was just a reality. Que would soon learn a simple yet profound theory; things that go against the advice of thy mother, are destined for misfortune. He decided, whatever it took to prove her sacrifices were not in vain, he would do. 
 Que defines failure as another chance to try. Masterminding a game plan, it was music that attracted his attention next. He began to realize many of his close peers were excelling at it. Convinced he too possessed the lyrical ability to outclass industry standards, he took on the challenge. Besides growing up with esteemed respect for rapper Eminem, Que’s background in music was nonexistent. The art of word play soon proved to be yet another talent Que would unveil.
 “Young Ni**a”, a collaboration with Atlanta rap group, Migos, exceled the meticulous standards of trap rap after its 2013 debut. “OG Bobby Johnson” would follow and garner the attention of Atlantic Records. He signed to the label shortly after and debuted the official single, 
“Too Much” featuring Trey Songz. Continuing collaboration work with distinguished artists, Que also went on to procure writing credits. His craftsmanship is far from the confinements of the East coast. His talents can be observed on hit single, “Vato”, with West coast rapper YG and Young Jeezy. His work also appeared on hit television series shows on HBO, FOX, and VH1. He revived fan waves with the debuts of “Who is Que” and “Can you Digg it?” Que’s consistency cultured a solid following. In November 2015 he dropped single “Gucci Said” reiterating his dedication to the game. 

 I am QUE Nothing about this lifestyle entices Que more than having the ability to take care of his mother and provide for himself, comfortably. His 
day-to-day is polar opposite compared to his grind five years ago. A great deal of his time is spent at the Dawghouse, his second studio away from home. When he needs to step away from it all together, he channels creative juice though joyriding ATV’s, hooping, and getting more additions to his body art masterpiece. 
 Mirroring his tenacity and will to succeed, Que respects artists with similarly tenacious stories. The path to fame for Eminem, 2Pac, and 2 Chainz inspired Que. It reminded him that it shouldn’t be so easy to give in, even with odds stacked against you. He applied these values and overcame much tribulation. 
 He describes success as being happiness, tough, and stressful, all at once. The conception of his career more than substantiates that whatever you put your mind to, you can do. Simply,
 “Keep giving it all you have. Don’t give up. Don’t burn bridges. Network and cease every opportunity. Invest in yourself. Believe in yourself.” – Que

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Who is QUE "Que" - Quintin Square, was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He and his mother made the migration to Atlanta when he was three years old. Growing up, it was sports that held his attention and kept him grounded. This was ideal for his mother as the motive of their early relocation was to provide escape and opportunity outside of the culture in Kansas City, at the time.
 Suitably settled into life in the South, Que went on to be one of the key players on the Norcross High School basketball team. Still on the rise to becoming a prominent player, he ran into trouble. The consequence of his situation led to all of his scholarship offers being revoked. His alternative route resulted in him attending a trade college in Virgina. This was far from the dream that was just a reality. Que would soon learn a simple yet profound theory; things that go against the advice of thy mother, are destined for misfortune. He decided, whatever it took to prove her sacrifices were not in vain, he would do. 
 Que defines failure as another chance to try. Masterminding a game plan, it was music that attracted his attention next. He began to realize many of his close peers were excelling at it. Convinced he too possessed the lyrical ability to outclass industry standards, he took on the challenge. Besides growing up with esteemed respect for rapper Eminem, Que’s background in music was nonexistent. The art of word play soon proved to be yet another talent Que would unveil.
 “Young Ni**a”, a collaboration with Atlanta rap group, Migos, exceled the meticulous standards of trap rap after its 2013 debut. “OG Bobby Johnson” would follow and garner the attention of Atlantic Records. He signed to the label shortly after and debuted the official single, 
“Too Much” featuring Trey Songz. Continuing collaboration work with distinguished artists, Que also went on to procure writing credits. His craftsmanship is far from the confinements of the East coast. His talents can be observed on hit single, “Vato”, with West coast rapper YG and Young Jeezy. His work also appeared on hit television series shows on HBO, FOX, and VH1. He revived fan waves with the debuts of “Who is Que” and “Can you Digg it?” Que’s consistency cultured a solid following. In November 2015 he dropped single “Gucci Said” reiterating his dedication to the game. 

 I am QUE Nothing about this lifestyle entices Que more than having the ability to take care of his mother and provide for himself, comfortably. His 
day-to-day is polar opposite compared to his grind five years ago. A great deal of his time is spent at the Dawghouse, his second studio away from home. When he needs to step away from it all together, he channels creative juice though joyriding ATV’s, hooping, and getting more additions to his body art masterpiece. 
 Mirroring his tenacity and will to succeed, Que respects artists with similarly tenacious stories. The path to fame for Eminem, 2Pac, and 2 Chainz inspired Que. It reminded him that it shouldn’t be so easy to give in, even with odds stacked against you. He applied these values and overcame much tribulation. 
 He describes success as being happiness, tough, and stressful, all at once. The conception of his career more than substantiates that whatever you put your mind to, you can do. Simply,
 “Keep giving it all you have. Don’t give up. Don’t burn bridges. Network and cease every opportunity. Invest in yourself. Believe in yourself.” – Que
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Who is QUE "Que" - Quintin Square, was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He and his mother made the migration to Atlanta when he was three years old. Growing up, it was sports that held his attention and kept him grounded. This was ideal for his mother as the motive of their early relocation was to provide escape and opportunity outside of the culture in Kansas City, at the time.
 Suitably settled into life in the South, Que went on to be one of the key players on the Norcross High School basketball team. Still on the rise to becoming a prominent player, he ran into trouble. The consequence of his situation led to all of his scholarship offers being revoked. His alternative route resulted in him attending a trade college in Virgina. This was far from the dream that was just a reality. Que would soon learn a simple yet profound theory; things that go against the advice of thy mother, are destined for misfortune. He decided, whatever it took to prove her sacrifices were not in vain, he would do. 
 Que defines failure as another chance to try. Masterminding a game plan, it was music that attracted his attention next. He began to realize many of his close peers were excelling at it. Convinced he too possessed the lyrical ability to outclass industry standards, he took on the challenge. Besides growing up with esteemed respect for rapper Eminem, Que’s background in music was nonexistent. The art of word play soon proved to be yet another talent Que would unveil.
 “Young Ni**a”, a collaboration with Atlanta rap group, Migos, exceled the meticulous standards of trap rap after its 2013 debut. “OG Bobby Johnson” would follow and garner the attention of Atlantic Records. He signed to the label shortly after and debuted the official single, 
“Too Much” featuring Trey Songz. Continuing collaboration work with distinguished artists, Que also went on to procure writing credits. His craftsmanship is far from the confinements of the East coast. His talents can be observed on hit single, “Vato”, with West coast rapper YG and Young Jeezy. His work also appeared on hit television series shows on HBO, FOX, and VH1. He revived fan waves with the debuts of “Who is Que” and “Can you Digg it?” Que’s consistency cultured a solid following. In November 2015 he dropped single “Gucci Said” reiterating his dedication to the game. 

 I am QUE Nothing about this lifestyle entices Que more than having the ability to take care of his mother and provide for himself, comfortably. His 
day-to-day is polar opposite compared to his grind five years ago. A great deal of his time is spent at the Dawghouse, his second studio away from home. When he needs to step away from it all together, he channels creative juice though joyriding ATV’s, hooping, and getting more additions to his body art masterpiece. 
 Mirroring his tenacity and will to succeed, Que respects artists with similarly tenacious stories. The path to fame for Eminem, 2Pac, and 2 Chainz inspired Que. It reminded him that it shouldn’t be so easy to give in, even with odds stacked against you. He applied these values and overcame much tribulation. 
 He describes success as being happiness, tough, and stressful, all at once. The conception of his career more than substantiates that whatever you put your mind to, you can do. Simply,
 “Keep giving it all you have. Don’t give up. Don’t burn bridges. Network and cease every opportunity. Invest in yourself. Believe in yourself.” – Que
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ABOUT
Who is QUE "Que" - Quintin Square, was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He and his mother made the migration to Atlanta when he was three years old. Growing up, it was sports that held his attention and kept him grounded. This was ideal for his mother as the motive of their early relocation was to provide escape and opportunity outside of the culture in Kansas City, at the time.
 Suitably settled into life in the South, Que went on to be one of the key players on the Norcross High School basketball team. Still on the rise to becoming a prominent player, he ran into trouble. The consequence of his situation led to all of his scholarship offers being revoked. His alternative route resulted in him attending a trade college in Virgina. This was far from the dream that was just a reality. Que would soon learn a simple yet profound theory; things that go against the advice of thy mother, are destined for misfortune. He decided, whatever it took to prove her sacrifices were not in vain, he would do. 
 Que defines failure as another chance to try. Masterminding a game plan, it was music that attracted his attention next. He began to realize many of his close peers were excelling at it. Convinced he too possessed the lyrical ability to outclass industry standards, he took on the challenge. Besides growing up with esteemed respect for rapper Eminem, Que’s background in music was nonexistent. The art of word play soon proved to be yet another talent Que would unveil.
 “Young Ni**a”, a collaboration with Atlanta rap group, Migos, exceled the meticulous standards of trap rap after its 2013 debut. “OG Bobby Johnson” would follow and garner the attention of Atlantic Records. He signed to the label shortly after and debuted the official single, 
“Too Much” featuring Trey Songz. Continuing collaboration work with distinguished artists, Que also went on to procure writing credits. His craftsmanship is far from the confinements of the East coast. His talents can be observed on hit single, “Vato”, with West coast rapper YG and Young Jeezy. His work also appeared on hit television series shows on HBO, FOX, and VH1. He revived fan waves with the debuts of “Who is Que” and “Can you Digg it?” Que’s consistency cultured a solid following. In November 2015 he dropped single “Gucci Said” reiterating his dedication to the game. 

 I am QUE Nothing about this lifestyle entices Que more than having the ability to take care of his mother and provide for himself, comfortably. His 
day-to-day is polar opposite compared to his grind five years ago. A great deal of his time is spent at the Dawghouse, his second studio away from home. When he needs to step away from it all together, he channels creative juice though joyriding ATV’s, hooping, and getting more additions to his body art masterpiece. 
 Mirroring his tenacity and will to succeed, Que respects artists with similarly tenacious stories. The path to fame for Eminem, 2Pac, and 2 Chainz inspired Que. It reminded him that it shouldn’t be so easy to give in, even with odds stacked against you. He applied these values and overcame much tribulation. 
 He describes success as being happiness, tough, and stressful, all at once. The conception of his career more than substantiates that whatever you put your mind to, you can do. Simply,
 “Keep giving it all you have. Don’t give up. Don’t burn bridges. Network and cease every opportunity. Invest in yourself. Believe in yourself.” – Que
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