Rapper known as Que 9 who went viral for his hit single “Splash” and exploded on social media under the hashtag #QueSplashChallenge at the age of 12. He performed at the 2015 Summer Jam and was part of the I Wanna See You Dance Tour.
He recorded his first single at the age of four after spending time with his uncle who produced music.
He won Detroit’s Before They Were Stars in 2011 and 2013.
He was born Quarrion Philips in Detroit, Michigan. He discovered his love of music at the age of one. He was always the center of attention growing up and loved to perform.
He has cited rappers Nas and Kendrick Lamar as his biggest musical influences.
Hailing from the Motor City Deandre Coker aka Dre Butterz is a talented singer, songwriter and producer with magic running through his fingertips to any key board and instrument he can get his hands on. His ability to create a sound that is versatile is catapulting his illustrious career as a beat maker for local artists and major acts across the United States as well as a solo artist in his own right. Since the self-taught producer, singer and songwriter signed with BMB Records he worked with label mates Lil George, Charli Baltimore, Que 9, Midwest Rico and Fool Boy Marley. He produced “Thinking Bout You” for Ray J and Lil George, “Fly” ft Diggy Simmons and has some great records and major artist placements on Monica.
Artist/Group Name: Dre Butterz – Issa Fact feat. Neisha Neshae
Inspired by gratitude, positivity and Beyoncé, Detroit based Brooklyn Queen wrote her first song at age 5. Now 13 years old, she’s already fulfilled an early dream of releasing that song on her 2017 debut album “Queens Corner”. With over 170 million music video views and counting, Brooklyn Queen has built a powerful fan base. “Beyoncé has made me smile, dance and cry and I want fans to feel me the same way, I want to make it clear to young girls that anything is possible if you just follow your dreams”. Backed by BMB Entertainment & 300 Entertainment, this powerful message is set to find a global audience.