DA-PROFESSOR: Hey bro thanks for allowing me to interview you how are things going?
QUE: Things are well as of now just doing some promo work for my 3rd mix-tape and working on getting in to more fields of the entertainment industry.
DA-PROFESSOR: Interesting theory. I've listen to both of your mix-tapes and I noticed that you did your version of Brandy's I Wanna Be Down. What inspired you to do a cover of her debut single?
QUE: Well, I am a huge Brandy fan. I grew up listening to her. I watched her since she was on Thea and I have multiple copies of all her Albums. I listen to her unreleased tracks and her features. She is an Amazing artist along with being an amazing person and I look up to her. I covered multiple songs of hers as a Tribute to her and as a way to expand the type of music I do to show I am not just one type of artist.
DA-PROFESSOR: That's great. How do you fell about her comeback and recent album and what is your favorite Brandy album? What did you think of the song she did with Michael Jackson It's Not Worth It?
QUE: Her Comeback is going great. Chardonnay is a character that really captures the essence of her acting abilities ... .Her album is constantly on replay no matter what I do. I have to listen to it and I'm always singing along to scared of beautiful and with out you and so sick lol... I would have to say though my all time favorite Album by her is Never say never ... so many hits and legendary singles come from that Album .... ooooooo.. Michael Jackson and Brandy ... the harmonies and melodies and rifts and runs and all of it just sends chills down my spine.. the lyrics amazing "U came into my life and it's so funny how u made everything right" I mean something a guy like me can relate to another prime example why I am so in love with Brandy and her music.... Michael too he has been a big inspiration to my life not only my music.
DA-PROFESSOR: You also did your version of The Fugee's Ready Or Not What inspired you to do your version of this classic?
QUE: Ready or Not?? Lol. Well I needed something with a message and not only did the instrumental spoke to me and brought so many ideas and inspirations to me .... I had a certain message I wanted to get through to my fans and I felt that I was successful in doing so.
DA-PROFESSOR: Cool. I love your version of Alicia Key's unbreakable What inspired you to do that cover and how do you think she connects with her fans?
DA-PROFESSOR: You also did a video with Vonte Red Ranger. I loved how the video was tasteful and intimate. What was it like working with him?
QUE: Well working with him is like working with family ... Fun and creative .. we always get along great and make amazing music.
DA-PROFESSOR: That's great. It's great to see people in the LGBT community getting along and maintaining friendships and working together. How important is it for many Blacks in the LGBT community to support and respect each other?
QUE: I think it is super important ... don't let my friendships fool you tho. There are many people who are against me and what I stand for .... but at the end of the day I will always support unity and equality because if we do not stand together how else will we rise??