In a recent interview QQ said, “I don’t talk a lot, I prefer to look and learn about the music business.”
He also spoke about the new artistes who are just track stars; they don’t do enough rehearsals so they can look like professionals when they perform.
Jamaican artistes seem to be held back because of work ethics, artistes will threaten promoters to get paid when they didn’t spend enough time on stage. This is affecting the Jamaican artistes and the amount of money they make.
Investors could be scared to do business with Jamaican artistes because of their attitude and the bad man behavior. This is bad for upcoming artistes as promoters tend to think all Jamaicans are the same.
QQ is now asking girls to contact him on Instagram as he seeks to invite them to dance or just be a part of his video, so they can earn and get as much exposure and opportunities as possible, because he knows how hard life is in Jamaica.
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