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Sunday, June 14, 2020

Q Da Fool - "Bad News" [Hip-Hop]

Bad News

"Bad News" music video by Q Da Fool
Added: 14-06-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Q Da Fool - “Bad News” (Official Music Video)

Q Da Fool drops off his new record, "Bad News" which he co-directed along with Mosh Pit.

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Director: Mosh Pit
Producer: JayJay Thaker/Q Da Fool/Terrence Hawkins
Editor: Mosh Pit


Maryland rapper Q Da Fool was born George Hundall in 1997. Growing up in the Prince George County area of Maryland, bordering the easternmost portion of Washington, D.C., Hundall was involved early on with rap collective Pakk Boyz Gang before branching out solo. He set up a platform for fame by sharing his music on Spinrilla, offering frequent mixtapes such as 2015's Trap Fever, Trap Flu, and Trap Gospel, all released within weeks of each other. He collaborated frequently, working on tracks with artists such as Will Tha Rapper and Big Flock. Q Da Fool had multiple run-ins with the law and did several stints in jail. During a sentence in 2016, he completed work on two mixtapes Stacks Da Fool and Committed To The Streets. After his time in prison, he parted ways with Pakk Boyz and initiated new project Rich Shootah, all the while working on a constant stream of new solo music. Some of his most visible work came with 2017 mixtape 100 Round Goon. This energetic collection of songs represented a step up in production for Q and featured songs "Gun N Bells," "Right There," and "Catch Up," all of which had accompanying videos that gained enormous exposure. He was arrested again in summer of 2017, this time moments before he was supposed to perform a concert.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Q Da Fool