QQ exploded on to the international scene back in 2007 with his No1 Hit “Stookie”, and was one of the first young artists to get hits in Jamaica from age 10. After achieving star status at a young age, he was one of the youngest Caribbean stars to share international stages with artists such as RIHANNA, MISSY ELLIOT, 50 CENT or CHRIS BROWN just to name a few. QQ’s music reflects his growth as an artist and experiences as a young man as he went on to champion “Dance-move songs” in Dancehall - creating dancer anthems such as “Skip to ma lou”, “One drop”, “Tip” and more… which can be heard in parties all over the globe (and have racked up Millions of Views on Youtube), allowing him to command attention from some of the industry’s. QQ’s music has crossed many boundaries and he experienced commercial success in the United States with his music being featured on major stations including HOT 97, POWER 105 and MIXX 96 – to name a few. Yet, he remains grounded and although QQ has performed all over the world, his journey to the top is just beginning.