Que Songs

  • 12 AM (Prod. By Cardo Got Wings)
    12 AM (Prod. By Cardo Got Wings)
    Que dropped off his new mixtape I Am Que. earlier this week, and now that we've had time to digest it, the Cardo-produced "12AM" has surfaced as a highlight. Somewhat removed from the more punchy beats from Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital found on the project, "12AM" gives Que a more ethereal backdrop, allowing him to explore his range, holding on to his catchy delivery, but riding the beat rather than battling it.
  • Woodwork
    Since blowing everyone's minds with "OG Bobby Johnson," Que has kept a bit of a low profile, but he's remained one of Atlanta's most reliable songwriters. This Friday, he's back with what is sure to be yet another solid effort called I Am Que., an assured answer to his previous EP Who Is Que?. 
  • Rodeo Shoppin
    Rodeo Shoppin
    Que continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with “Fit In” & the Sonny Digital-produced cut “Back” recently, The ATL rapper is back today with another new track for the fans, this time linking up with #WATTBA hit-producer Metro Boomin for “Rodeo Shoppin.” Co-produced by DJ Spinz, the track serves as the first offering off Que’s upcoming I Am Que project, which is dropping soon. Here’s what Que had to say about his upcoming body of work,
  • Back
    Que has never quite been able to get as big, or mimic, the success of his viral hit "O.G. Bobby Johnson," but it's not for a lack of music. Although the Atlanta rapper may not work at the same pace as the quantity-over-quality types, he still delivers quite consistently. Following up a leak from August "Fit," Que and Sonny Digital announce their return with "Back."
  • Fit In
    Fit In
    Que's 2013 hit "O.G. Bobby Johnson" was produced by a guy who shares his beatmaking alias with the name of the titular character, and was pretty much singlehandedly responsible for putting him on the map. Today, the team behind that jam reunites for a markedly different, but perhaps equally impressive cut called "Fit In."
  • Somebody To Vent To
    Somebody To Vent To
    Que continues to impress with latest effort "Somebody To Vent To," in which he uses the listener as an outlet to hear his lament -- "don't mind while I vent, I'm just thinking out loud." He demonstrates his versatility here by crooning about his troubles, especially his grandmother's recent death. Seen in context of "OG Bobby Johnson," "Somebody To Vent To" very much makes Que into a sympathetic figure.
  • Can't Call It
    Can't Call It
    There's just some things Que doesn't know the answer to. A lot of things, it turns out, and he rattles off all these trifling questions he be getting on a regular basis through an autotune filter in "Can't Call It." He pairs his raps with the sort of airtight production we've come to expect from Zaytoven. His label comes up a lot here... maybe he's trying to send a message to the suits at Atlantic?
  • Gucci Said
    Gucci Said
    It's been almost two years since big GuWop was locked away, yet his presence in the streets is stronger than ever-- likely because he's giving the streets more music from the pen than any rapper who's fully-free. Even if the music slows, though, Gucci will be a legend in Atlanta for years to come, and the up-and-comers will continue to pay their respects. One such rapper is Que, who's just rolled out a banger that Gucci would endorse 100%. 
  • Rich Problems
    Rich Problems
    We know that 2 Chainz and DJ Mustard can be a pretty unstoppable combination, most evident through "I'm Different" a highlight in both artists' catalogs, but also on records like Mustard's own "Giuseppe" and TeeFLii's "24 Hours". Perhaps it's because both Tity and and Mustard have very simple but effective styles, which makes them a natural fit. The new record from DJ SNS feels like another classic, with the instrumental taking on the plinky keys of "I'm Different" while also adding underrated hitmaker Que to the mix.
  • Weak
    Que's been a constant force in the Atlanta rap scene since his breakthrough with "OG Bobby Johnson", and he continues his streak of strong material today with his new release, "Weak". Teaming with Young Dolph, who is shaping up to be the next big thing out of Memphis, Que demonstrates once again that his taste in production is always leaning into records that move away from trendy sounds, and the experiments always pay off.
  • Games
    Que struck gold with his regional hit turned national breakthrough "OG Bobby Johnson", but while the record got his name out quickly, his subsequent output has been surprisingly underrated. From his Who Is Que? EP to the Can You Digg It mixtape, the Atlanta rapper has kept the aggressively catchy records coming, but so far, nothing has stuck like his first break.
  • Still Spending
    Still Spending
    The working relationship between Que and Mike Fresh continues today, as they boast about having racks on racks on racks. The two previously collaborated for a full project, Que Fresco, and later Que followed up with his own mixtape Can U Digg It?, and Mike Fresh did the same, dropping his EP, Fresco.
  • Type Of Party
    Type Of Party
    After closing out 2013 with his breakout hit "OG Bobby Johnson," Que had big shoes to fill this year, and although he stayed relatively under-the-radar, the Atlanta native has been out here thriving. After dropping his endlessly enjoyable tape Can You Digg It? this summer, Que's back with a new one entitled "Type Of Party."
  • God Bless The Trap
    God Bless The Trap
    It's been a minute since Que dropped off his mixtape Can U Digg It? but we've been seeing some leftover tracks that didn't make the final cut lately.
  • Work In
    Work In
    In August Que rolled out his Can You Digg It? mixtape which saw quite a few collaborative tracks, including one with 2 Chainz for "Rich Problems", Ty Dolla $ign on "Standout" and A
  • Rich Problems
    Rich Problems
    ATL's Que is looking to follow up the success of his 2013 track "Og Bobby Johnson" with a successful mixtape, and so far, it seems like Can You Digg It will fit that bill. The latest leak from the tape is "Rich Problems," a DJ Mustard-produced banger that features 2 Chainz as well.
  • Standout
    After we premiered Que's last mixtape leak featuring August Alsina "Diamonds" around a month ago, the Atlanta native makes a return today with another leak, this time recruiting a different r'n'b singer, Ty Dolla $ign. Ty Dolla takes care of the hook for Que, in the same vein as "Diamonds." "Standout" is another collaboration that'll appear on Que's upcoming mixtape Can U Digg It? which is expected to arrive on August 19th. Can you dig the collabo? 
  • Diamonds
    Just yesterday Que connected with Trae Tha Truth for a new leak titled "I See Why" off the mixtape compilation '86-'87, and today he keeps things going with a new leak off his own upcoming project Can U Digg It?
  • I See Why
    I See Why
    Today, DJs Ray G and 2AND2 released their joint tape '86-'87, which is hosted by Atlanta's own Que. Several of his tracks are featured on the tape, including the previously-unreleased "I See Why" and "Uno Dos Tres." Here's the former, which also features a verse from Trae Tha Truth.
  • Knock The Hustle
    Knock The Hustle
    It's been a big year for South Central L.A.'s Cozz, who recently signed to J. Cole's Dreamville imprint. After releasing his video for "Dreams" back in March, the MC had labels calling him nonstop, and he seems to have chosen a good one. Dreamville will release Cozz's upcoming debut album, Cozz & Effect, and now we've received a new track from the project.