TQ's OFFICIAL WEBSITE THEREALTQ.COM GETS A MAKEOVER
R&B singer TQ drops a full redesign of his official website TheRealTQ.com. Reworked from the bottom up, the new site has a user friendly experience based on the world’s undisputed favorite way to access music: streaming. Access TQ’s full discography, stream previews from the site, and full versions from Spotify, Soundcloud, and Apple Music all in one place. TQ has navigated his old tqsblog.wordpress.com into TheRealTQ and this will be the new home for all of his posts going forward. The memberships have been done away with. Now all you’ve got to do is go to the contact page, sign up, and you’ll be on the list for new music before it drops, show tickets, free music and more. BaeRoom members from the old build will still continue to receive all new music for FREE delivered to their inbox the day before it drops. The new site is now equipped with a “Talk 2 TQ” button on the contact and booking pages for fans to speak directly to TQ when he’s online or to get a personal message or question to him when he’s not.
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With hit singles “Westside” and “Better Days,” Compton crooner TQ established himself as an R&B singer with a rapper’s musical sensibility. Subsequent work with Lil Wayne, Juvenile, Baby and the Cash Money Records roster solidified TQ as a creative force who carved a lane for himself amongst his A-List collaborators.
With acclaimed They Never Saw Me Coming LP, his lead single “Westside” catapulted TQ to international fame. In addition to being a Top 15 hit in the United States, it was a Top 10 single in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. Subsequent singles “Bye Bye Baby” and “Better Days” helped pave the way for TQ to sign with Cash Money Records.
While with the New Orleans-based label, he wrote and was featured on a string of gold and platinum albums, including Big Tymers’ Hood Rich, Lil Wayne’s 500 Degreez, the Baller Blockin’ soundtrack; Birdman’s Baby aka #1 Stunna, Juvenile’s Project English and Hot Boys’ Let ‘Em Burn, among others.
Today, the R&B veteran has established himself independently and has made time to get back to making meaningful music. TQ has cooked up a lot of exciting new projects, including his new application iTQ, the Legendary 2.0 EP, the Coming Home LP, a relaunched TheRealTQ.com website, a revamped live show with fresh new songs and visual components, and many others to be announced soon.