Que "12AM" Video
Que decides to come through today and share yet another video off his latest mixtape I Am Que. After hitting us with “Awe Man,” “Smackdown,” & most recently “Vampire City,” the ATL rapper decides to do it all over again, this time sharing a video for his Cardo-produced cut “12 AM.” With clock striking midnight, Que and his bootylicious bae cook up some late night shit in this sexually-driven Kevin Wright Jr-directed clip. Fellas should definitely appreciate the eye candy in this one. Check it out.
Trae Tha Truth Feat. Snootie Wild & Que "Never Knew" Video
Trae Tha Truth Feat. Snootie Wild & Que
Trae tha Truth's last album, Tha Truth, was filled with A-list guest spots. Most of those guys were vets, like Rick Ross and Boosie Badazz, but two of the south's rising young stars, Snootie Wild and Que, showed up on the booming "Never Knew," which has just received the visual treatment.
Que "Vampire City" Video
Que continues to keep the visuals coming in support of his latest mixtape, I Am Que. After hitting us with “Awe Man” and “Smackdown” last week, the ATL rapper decides to come through and share another one for his Oz-produced intro “Vampire City.”
Que "Smackdown" Video
Que continues to roll out new visuals in support of his latest mixtape I Am Que. Last week, the ATL trapper released a video for “Awe Man,” and now today he’s back with another one for his Phenom Da Don-produced cut “Smackdown.”
Que "Awe Man" Video
Que returns to his November-released mixtape, I Am Que, for a new music video today. We haven't posted a music video for the rapper since August's "Fit In," so it's about time. The music video, shot by Kevin Wright Jr., has Que chilling outside a home with a bunch of his homies, while waving around stacks of $100 bills. He heads inside, and under green lights, does more of the same. Check it out above.
Que "Fit In" Video
Que is currently working on a new project at the moment called IAmQue, and today we’re blessed to a new record and accompanying visual off it titled “Fit In.” Directed by GT Films, the video finds Que walking around by himself in a forest, while rapping about how he doesn’t “fit in” with other niggas. Produced by Bobby Johnson, the video serves as the follow up to “Jungle Fever.”
Que "Jungle Fever" Video
Yesterday, we saw Gunplay drop his ode to caucasian women (kinda) with "White Bitch," and today, Atlanta's Que shares a video for his, a song called "Jungle Fever." The track is taken from his March mixtape The Sixth Man.
Que Feat. Young Dolph "Weak" Video
Que Feat. Young Dolph
Que has been consistently putting out great records since breaking through with "OG Bobby Johnson," but he unfortunately hasn't reached that level of success with a subsequent single. "Weak" seems like it could be a slow-burning hit, with an assist from the similarly underrated Young Dolph.
Que Feat. ManManSavage "Handle My Business" Video
Que Feat. ManMan Savage
Que's been dropping videos left and right recently, giving us the "Gucci Said" visuals at the top of the month, then a "Games" clip last week. Today, he unleashes "Handle My Business," a creeping, eerie earwormer, which comes accompanied by a video.
Que "Games" Video
Que continues to keep the onslaught of videos coming. After hitting us with “Emotions”, “Please Everybody”, “Stick Up Kid,” and “Gucci Said” just in these past few weeks alone, the ATL rapper decides to do it all over again tonight, this time sharing the official video for “Games”.
Que "Gucci Said" Video
Que continues to keep the onslaught of videos coming. After hitting us with “Emotions”, “Please Everybody” & “Stick Up Kid” these past two weeks alone, the ATL rapper decides to do it all over again and share the official video for one of his latest releases “Gucci Said”.
Que "Stick Up Kid" Video
Que has carved out a nice post-OG Bobby Johnson career for himself as evidenced by his March mixtape The Sixth Man. Today he drops the video for tape standout "Stick Up Kid" (prod. 30roc).
Que "Please Everybody" Video
Revisiting his Sixth Man mixtape, which dropped back in March, Que decides to come through and share the official video for track #8 “Please Everybody”. With his double cup in hand, watch as the ATL rapper moves from the rooftop to the parking lot in this Kevin Wright Jr-directed clip. It follows up his latest video for “Emotions”. Watch the new music video above and let us know what you think!
Que "Emotions" Video
After giving us the Sonny Digital-produced "Gucci Said" anthem, Que returns to his last project The Sixth Man for a music video today. The free mixtape dropped in March and featured 10 records. "Emotions," with production from Mike Free, is the cut he opts for.
Que "Digg It" Video
Following the release of his track “Games”, Que decides to come through and release a new song and accompanying video today called “Digg It”. With a blunt in his hand, Que takes over the kitchen with the homies and whips up some catchy rhymes in this Byrd Films-directed visual. Look for this catchy tune to live on Que’s upcoming EP, Sixth Man. Watch the video above, and let us know if you “digg it” or not?
A-Trak & Lex Luger Feat. Que "Who Wanna Play" Video
A-Trak & Lex Luger Feat. Que
Yesterday A-Trak and Lex Luger made their return as Low Pros, with a new single featuring Atlanta rapper on the rise Que. "Who Wanna Play" has their trademark mix of hip-hop and EDM, which they first introduced us to by way of their free Low Pros EP last year.
Que Feat. Trey Songz & Lizzle"Too Much" Lyric Video
Que Feat. Trey Songz & Lizzle
Awhile back Que let go a new banger with Trey Songz, in a similar vein to Tinashe's "2 On" concept, it's all about doing too much, whether that's smoking weed or banging girls. "Too Much" appears on Que's Who Is Que EP which dropped in March, and today the ATLien follows up with an official lyric video. We're pleased to premiere the lyric visuals today, which incorporate neon writing and a rotating girl-mannequin.
Que "The Youth" Video
Earlier this summer, Que shared his mixtape Can You Digg It?, which saw him teaming up with everyone from 2 Chainz to Ty Dolla $ign. We've already gotten videos for mixtape cuts "Uno Dos Tres" and "Fuck Around," and today Que's shared one for "The Youth."
Que "Uno Dos Tres" Video
Atlanta's Que is making sure that his 2014 will be just as big as his breakout 2013 (when "OG Bobby Johnson" first started making the rounds), dropping off songs and videos quite frequently. "Uno Dos Tres" is the latest of these, dropped off on Revolt TV earlier today. Showing the rapper in all black, whipping around in several hot cars, the video proves that despite the pronunciation of his name ("cue" instead of the Spanish "kay"), Que knows a little bit of Español. GT Films directed this fly video, and the track itself was produced by DJ Plugg and Bobby Kritical.
Que Feat. Bankroll Fresh "Fuck Around" Video
Que Feat. Bankroll Fresh
Last week, Que dropped off "Fuck Around," a loosie produced by Sonny Digital and featuring Bankroll Fresh. Now he's shared a visual for the new track, a raucous, hottie-filled clip. Watch it above. The track has Que and Bankroll Fresh propositioning girls with "the fuck around," and in the video, they get a chance to make those propositions in person. Sonny Digital's beat alternates between minimal, synth-lead parts and chaotic, clattering percussion, ending up sounding like a rather industrial take on trap music.