By Valerie Victor
Since releasing his hit song, “OG Bobby Johnson,” Que has received nationwide recondition and a rapidly growing fan base. The single went viral getting the attention of fans and established musicians. The attention landed him high profile features from Atlanta rappers, “T.I.” and “Jeezy” on the “OG Bobby Johnson Remix.” Since then, Que has released two projects and is working on releasing new material later this year.
Valerie HHW: Talk to me about your hit record, “OG Bobby Johnson” and when you originally made the record?
Que: I made that song in an apartment I was staying at with my brother Sonny Digital, apartment number 516. I actually got the beat from my beat email. The name of the producer was Bobby Johnson so I ended up naming the song after the producer. About four or five months after it was released, everyone started going crazy. It got to a point where everywhere I went it was the number one song.
HHW: How many projects have you done since the success of your hit single?
Que: So far I put out 2 projects, “Can You Dig It,” and “I am Que.” Both of those mixtapes did very well on the “Live Mix-tapes” website because the numbers and streaming stats were very high.
HHW: Are you preparing to release a new project soon? If so, what is it going to be called, and who are you collaborating with?
Que: Right now I’m working on a collaboration project with Sonny Digital. It will have about 12 to 15 songs on it. It will be released around August. The first single will be released this month actually. The name for the project is on its way and were trying to narrow down some names for it now.
HHW: What would you like to see happen after you release your new project with Sonny Digital?
Que: I want to tour off of this project. I want to bring back that feeling of when me and Sonny work together. It’s been a while since me and him did something together. The last thing we collaborated on was Forge Atlanta back in 2013 and it featured Migos.
HHW: Is there anything you want people to know or understand about your craft and your music?
Que: I just want people to pay more attention. I’m not really a person that likes to be in the mix. Everywhere I go people don’t even realize that I am the artist to the songs they listen to. I don’t care much for the fame I just want to rap and do my music.
This article was published in Hp-Hop Weekly Magazine.