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anthony_hamiltonQ da Kid new single with Anthony Hamilton produced by JD: “Forgive Them” on JD’s new blog,q-da-kid1 GLOBAL14.com

This is going to be a hit!

JD, Q and Anthony Hamilton Livin’ the Life video

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BEST OF BOTH OFFICES:

Q da Kid Livin’ the Dream Part 2, feat Busta Rhymes and Ron Browz:

gakcity One of our favorite NYC hip hop focused blogs, GAK City.com, interviews Q and gets to the bottom of the who, the what, the when, where and how he became TAG Records’s first recording artist, Q da Kid.

GAK City promises to have more Q exclusive content on the way, stay tuned.

The Rise and Fall of the Franchise:

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XXL Mag recently interviewed TAG Records’ Q da Kid.

Read the full article

“Q Da Kid may be a relatively new of name to some, but expect that to soon change. The Brooklyn bred rapper has been working closely with producer/entrepreneur Jermaine Dupri for the last couple years and is now ready to let his voice be heard.

A former member of the group Da Franchise (with Gravy and Red Café), Q signed to thexxlmag-logo newly launched TAG Records this past summer as their first artist. Backed by the support of JD and a strong marketing campaign, he is preparing to release his debut, It Was All A Dream, in the first quarter of 2009.”

q-da-kid1Jake Paine of HipHopDX.com sat down recently with Kareem Savage, aka Q da Kid, to talk about his history (BROOKLYN!!!) and making history as TAG Records first recording artist.

“That relationship led to the TAG deal. However, given the major backing Q has, he may be in a greater position than most debuting artists with bringing attention back to New York. He recognizes the accountability that comes with that though. “Being that I’m from Brooklyn, a lot of the great emcees came from [here]. So there’s a lot of pressure at the end of the day. People expect a lot ’cause a lot of great music came from here,Q says, citing Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z [click to read], Lil Kim and Shyne. “I gotta make sure my music is correct, and it represents Brooklyn and Hip Hop as a whole. That’s what I’m trying to do.” It’s bigger than New York to Q. “I’m not trying to be a regional artist. I’m trying to be an artist that can go to Africa or China and perform.

Read more on HipHopDX.com


Q is busy in the studio working on his new album, but is still taking time out to give the streets a taste of what’s to come. Q takes us to Brooklyn for a couple of freestyles. The unofficial clip was shot in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Watch the video now on YOUTUBE.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tO6CLlGFNkY


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