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Jayquan Cutler (born November 9, 1991), better known by his stage name Why Cue is an American hip hop recording artist ​ and music producer ​. He produced for former Jive Records artist Lil B ​ "The Based God". [1]

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YouTube - Why Cue - "Drippin" (Music Video) | Prod. Roswell Gray

Cue's singles are accompanied with highly visual videos. One of his singles "Drippin'" has around 400,000 views on YouTube ​, with his channel having over a million views. Why Cue also has almost 100,000 Spotify ​ and iTunes ​ streams. [1]

Biography

Cue was born in Peekskill ​, New York ​ shortly after his family moved from Brooklyn ​ in pursuit of a better life. As a child, Cue grew up with 2 brothers and 2 sister, being the middle child of his household. He officially got into music after being inspired by his deceased step-father, who once was a DJ. ​ Living as a struggling artist, Cue visioned a better life for himself and his family. Eagar to show his feelings to the world at the age of 11, Cue started recording songs with a cheap microphone ​ that he had stolen from his elementary school music room with some friends. The first song he ever recorded was a freestyle to a Young Gunz ​ beat. [23]

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Why Cue @ Video Shoot for Lavish


Early Life

Why Cue started releasing songs on MySpace ​ and making music. Later he released his first mixtape in 2008 titled Storm & other classics like "Can't Break The Concrete Voumesl 1, 2 and 3. After spending time as a hustler, Cue was encouraged to pursue a career in the music industry. From age 11 and on Cue has taught himself various talents and skills, becoming a one man band, learning how to mix & master his own tracks and shoot and edit his own music videos. [23]

Recognition

Cue's work started to get recognized after collaborations with artists such as Lil B The “The Based God”, Shawty Lo ​, & former D4L Records artist Jurrarri. He has performed warm up sets for artists such as French Montana ​ & Loaded Lux ​. Cue has been involved in music for a decade and has built a fan base all over the world. Since 2013 Cue has made himself a public figure gaining many supporters accumulating a following over 200,000 fans. After cliquing up with Shawty Lo on his last mixtape, the New Yorker has released two tracks entitled "Drippin" and “Ticket”, which are available in digital stores such as Spotify and iTunes. [23]

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Why Cue in Brooklyn

Cue teamed up with Roswell Gray in 2017 to produce a single called "I Get Around", his first to be played on national radio by Hot 97 ​. [1] ​  The single was reposted by XXXTentacion ​ before going viral. Cue shoots and edits all his own ​music videos under the brand "WhyCueTV". [1]

Cue's next project "Xxotic" is expected to be released in 2018. Producers working on the album include Roswell Gray, & Hektic Beats & unreleased video footage shot by Riff Raff's personal videographer Law Raines. [14]

Discography

EP's and Albums
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Why Cue photoshoot
  • 2008: Storm Vol.1
  • 2010: Can't Break The Concrete Vol.1 [39]
  • 2012: Can't Break The Concrete Vol.2 [40]
  • 2013: Can't Break The Concrete Vol.3 [41]
  • 2015: In Squad We Trust
  • 2016: Rose From The Concrete
Singles
      • 2015: Weekend (feat. Roswell Gray)
      • 2017: Drippin' [37]
      • 2018: Ticket [38]
Production
    • 2011: Lil B - Out The Hood [24]
Videos
    • 2009: Ayy Haa (feat. Dub Slim)
    • 2015: Pluto Gas (feat. Roswell Gray)
    • 2016: Treadmill (feat. Roswell Gray)
    • 2017: Drippin' [11]
    • 2018: Ticket [12]
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