GQue (short for GetEm Q) Is a songwriter/rap artist, born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio. He has been writing and singing music since he was 9 years old. When he was 11 years old he wrote and recorded his first song with a musical instrument “Jay-Z – Anything” entitled: “Tha Skool” and played it at a talent show at his school. . His first musical release was in 2011 a mixtape that was badly publicized in an area titled: “Climbing Trees” at the age of 17. He is now a Businessman, Restaurant Owner, Landlord, and father of two children. Since the latest GQueTv still pushes the envelope and loves art, dropping new music, videos, and online content to become the next big thing in the music industry!
GQueTv’s latest project titled “Nice Try, Wrong Guy ” has a surreal focus on overall music and powerful songs, amazing delivery, and funny but ear-catching lyrics, GQueTv has made us new listeners with this album. The intro track is hilarious and witty. Then there is the Stared showcasing the bendable delivery of GQueTv. The subtlety of his flow is very remarkable. Another notable song is Fumble the bag.
Digging in the Depths of his song “Black Fathers Matter” shows us that being conscious in rap has a place in this field. A message with a message, music with content can influence and adapt to everything that is going on in music today.
In the BFM track, the producer compliments the voice of artist GQueTv and sets the tone as if he were talking to an audience. The presence of Obama is powerful and impactful, Which helps push the message forward.
My personal favorite record by the artist is Bag A Lot. The way he smoothly transitions through flows with confidence makes the song that much greater. He is a clear lyrical poetic genius in the making with an amazing vibe. All in all, GQueTv has a different way of using its voice. Soon I feel he’ll take the whole industry by storm. His Songs are currently streaming at all major music streaming services.
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