I Am Que
As expected, ATL's own Que comes through today and releases his new mixtape I Am Que. Available for purchase on iTunes, the follow up to Who Is Que? contains 12 tracks in total and features production credit from some of the hardest beat makers in game, including Sonny Digital, Cardo, Metro Boomin, 30 Roc (of Ear Drummers), OZ, and more.
The Sixth Man
While he hasn't matched the nationwide success of "OG Bobby Johnson", Que has proved his consistency over his many singles and projects since. Unlike some of his peers, he's more than capable of crafting a great record on his own, and his new project, The Sixth Man, is evidence of such.10 songs with only one well-selected feature from Young Dolph makes for a perfectly digestible listen, that's sure to be chock full of party starters. Let us know what you think of the new project in the comments below.
Can You Digg It? [No DJ]
Only a few days after giving us his new mixtape, Can You Digg It?, Que has delivered the NO DJ edition of his new project.The tape features fourteen fresh tracks, with production from Boi 1da, DJ Mustard, and frequent collaborator, Sonny Digital. Features come courtesy of 2 Chainz, Problem, August Alsina and more.Enjoy the newly tagless version of the project!
Can You Digg It
Que broke through in a big way with the release of his club ready single, "OG Bobby Johnson". Since then, he's signed and released a retail EP, but he's still willing to deliver a full collection of free songs for his fans.His new tape, Can You Digg It features fourteen fresh tracks, with production from Boi 1da, DJ Mustard, and frequent collaborator, Sonny Digital.Features come courtesy of 2 Chainz, Problem, August Alsina and more.
Que & Mike Fresh
While Que works on an upcoming solo project Can U Digg It? for an August release, the rapper found the time to hit the studio with fellow ATLien Mike Fresh for an entire collaborative mixtape, Que Fresco. The tape contains 12 new cuts, with appearances from Migos' Quavo and Sonny Digital, and production from Sonny Digital, Bobby Kritical, Metro Boomin', FKi, 808 Mafia and more.