Imagine combining Rock & Hip Hop into an energetic hardcore sound mixed with a wicked mash up of diversity and you get Q Baby, a rare breed of a rapper with a highly innovative artistic vibe. Q Baby was born on May 17, 1984 in Fayetteville, NC. Growing up in a single parent household with a military background she was highly influenced by Nirvana, Wiz Khalifa and her uncle, former bassist of the “Rose Royce” band and musical director of “The Delphonics Experience,” Ron Roseboro. In 2008 Q Baby started her rap career under the Independent label “Dogg Entertainment Committee” which led her to open up for well-known artists such as Kevin Gates, Sissy Nobby, C-Loc and Gotty Boy Chris. In 2010 Q Baby was announced as the champion of the spit 16 bowl contest by “Source Magazine” which led her as a guest appearance on the “Gaptooth Diva Radio Show” in New York, NY. After the CEO signed under the independent label Milliyone Musik Mafia, founded by Trill Entertainment’s very own Foxx A Milliyone, Q Baby began to venture off into her own creative sound.
In 2011 Q Baby became an artist under Conquer unlabel which gave her the exposure to be listed as a “SoundChew” featured artist in the “Triangle Socialite Magazine”. In 2012 Q Baby formed a band called “Band Netwerk” where she mainly focused on showcasing different talented musicians from all over while showcasing hers at the same time. In 2014 Q Baby & Band Netwerk performed at the Van’s Warped Tour at the Nikon Theater in Wantaguh, NY on the Shira Girl’s stage for the first time and after building a buzz 2 years later, Afropunk introduced Q Baby as one of their featured artists. While working with her cousin, Kye Russaw, the musical genius who has been working closely with Faith Evans for over 10 years, as a mentor Q Baby has developed into a diverse artist with her own unique sound and honing her craft as a musician. Q Baby just released her first new single called “No Place to Go” and is currently featured in the “Street Money Magazine” March 2016 issue now available in stores.