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Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop Moods: Mood: Party Music Hip-Hop/Rap: Party Rap Moods: Mood: Upbeat Electronic: Dance

By Location
United States - New Jersey


June 27, 1990, "Queez" (Bobby Christopher Carnage) was born at St. Barnabus Hospital in Livingston, NJ and according to Him He's "Been ready to rock ever since". Growing up in an Urban- Suburban town Montclair, NJ Queez was introduced to many different Cultures & lifestyles from Hip-hop to Rock. That's where he recalls having "Developed is his Musical Ear".

Queez was raised by a single Mother and the influences from the street, 90's rap & Athletic teams he played on. Growing up 5 miles away from Newark, NJ (New Jersey's Largest City) Queez was exposed to anything you can name; Gun violence, Drug Abusers, Homeless people ,etc. Even with that being a predetermined setback, which never slowed Queez down for one second.

All through Grammar & Middle School Queez spent most of the time filling his classmates with laughter followed by tears." At the time I didn’t know what I was doing I Had lots of friends, so I was just trying to have a good time." Being the teachers worst nightmare, Queez managed to graduate and go on to the next level, to attend High school where he later found his first love.

In High School it didn't take long before Queez realized that His love for music was more than a hobby, but it was more like a marriage. That’s when he decided that he wanted to get serious with his career and buckle down. In 2006 Queez dropped his first unofficial mixtape "Signification vol.1" which he recorded & self-distributed among his school. Getting great feedback from his High school piers motivated him to do more, so as time went by Queez learned how to make beats, record & produce tracks. Queez graduated high school in 2008, then he quickly enrolled in the Institute of Audio Research which he later Graduated that following June.

In 2009 Queez released his first Digital EP "Savage to the Core", which came out on iTunes, Amazon , Rhapsody, Napster and a few more online distributors. "Savage to The Core" featured Fan Favorites "Hold You Down”, "Do That", & "Yea”. That year Queez also released many remixes and his mixtape "Bogie Butts & Bottle Tops". To set the 2010 year off right Queez released the first edition of his “That's My Q” series, which is labeled as a "Must Hear" by music listeners. In 2012 QueeZ finished an underground mixtape entitled "Just Listen". which can be found via Google.