Que "Bad Guy" Video

Posted by , Aug 18, 2016 at 08:17pm

HNHH PREMIERE! Que endures through a painful night of treachery in the new video to "Bad Guy," produced by the League of Starz.


ATL rapper Que has been bringing a heavy dose of realness with most everything he's released this year, including his recent Lost Dawg EP, a 6-track showcase of quality over quantity. Today, at 8:18PM, Que has decided to drop the video to "Bad Guy," an emotive League of Starz-produced track that he put out in March. He chose this particular time to premiere in light of the Romans 8:18 Bible verse, which is central to the message of "Bad Guy" as well as some of Que's other recent material. It reads, "The pain that you go through, doesn't compare to the joy that awaits you." 

The intense "Bad Guy" video begins violently, as Que is forced to deal with a beautiful woman who's tied up in his trunk. Viewers are then taken to the beginning of the story, where the seduction of the woman in question leads to Que being set up. He relays pain-drenched stories and tough lessons in his raps, and he sings in anguish on the hook, asking himself why others always want to paint him as the "Bad Guy." In the end, it's a role he's willing to play in order get to the joyful place that awaits him in the future. 

HNHH PREMIERE! Que endures through a painful night of treachery in the new video to "Bad Guy," produced by the League of Starz.

ATL rapper Que has been bringing a heavy dose of realness with most everything he's released this year, including his recent Lost Dawg EP, a 6-track showcase of quality over quantity. Today, at 8:18PM, Que has decided to drop the video to "Bad Guy," an emotive League of Starz-produced track that he put out in March. He chose this particular time to premiere in light of the Romans 8:18 Bible verse, which is central to the message of "Bad Guy" as well as some of Que's other recent material. It reads, "The pain that you go through, doesn't compare to the joy that awaits you." 

The intense "Bad Guy" video begins violently, as Que is forced to deal with a beautiful woman who's tied up in his trunk. Viewers are then taken to the beginning of the story, where the seduction of the woman in question leads to Que being set up. He relays pain-drenched stories and tough lessons in his raps, and he sings in anguish on the hook, asking himself why others always want to paint him as the "Bad Guy." In the end, it's a role he's willing to play in order get to the joyful place that awaits him in the future. 

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