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Que Signs to Atlantic, Releases Juicy J Collaboration "Clip So Long"


In the leisurely paced turn-up anthem "OG Bobby Johnson," Atlanta rapper Que (pronounced "cue," like the letter) perhaps has 2014's "Type of Way," a song first quietly released for free, then blasted onto mainstream radio the following year. Last month, Drake opened his laptop DJ set at Beyoncé's album release party with "OG Bobby Johnson"; last week, out after his Charlotte, NC tour stop, Jay Z was spotted rapping along with the song.

Following the success of "OG Bobby Johnson" and "Young Nigga," Que signed with Atlantic Records last year. (The deal was in part facilitated by A&R DJ Drama.) Soon, he'll release a new mixtape, Who Is Que?, set for a January or February release. Download a first taste of the tape below, "Clip So Long" featuring Juicy J. Dancehall-inflected and produced by go-dumb master Sonny Digital, it's what you'll be sticking your tongue out and shaking your head to at 3AM this weekend.

Download: Que f. Juicy J, "Clip So Long" (Prod. by Sonny Digital)

Que Signs to Atlantic, Releases Juicy J Collaboration "Clip So Long"