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Rapper Q da Kid Signs To Dupri’s TAG Records

Posted on: November 9, 2008

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MC Q will be the first artist on the burgeoning TAG label, which is headed by Island Urban president Jermaine Dupri.

Q, born Kareem Savage, was a former member of Da Franchise with fellow Brooklyn rappers Red Cafe and Gravy. He began his solo career on mixtapes by DJ Clue, Kay Slay and DJ Khaled, among others. After relocating to Atlanta, Q met Durpi and soon began recording with the executive.

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