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Published on June 28th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby


TIG Records’ Rising Rap Star Q Money Debuts Visual for New Song “Fly Chanel”

Rising rap star and Cleveland’s own Q Money drops a new visual for his song, “Fly Chanel” on TIG/Warner Records.  The new track is produced by Young Pharaoh while the video is directed by Kevin LVTR.

Of the song, TIG Founder/CEO Girvan “Fly” Henry says, “‘Fly Chanel” is the first of many new songs we will be releasing in the coming weeks on Q Money.”

About Q Money

With his verbal skills, dancing, and hilarious sense of humor, Q Money initially got his hometown of Cleveland talking in 2016, but the whole game took notice shortly after. Cementing himself as a social media force, his riotous skits, viral videos, and consistent content amassed a faithful audience. Leveraging that foundation, he seamlessly pivoted towards what he aimed to do all along: music. His breakout hit “Work” quickly eclipsed 9 million YouTube views and 2.9 million-plus Spotify streams, paving the way for the fan favorite mixtape, Neva Had Shit. The latter flaunted “Whole Ticket” [feat. YFN Lucci], “Regrets” [feat. Moneybagg Yo], and “Knot” [feat. Money Man], to name a few. 2018 saw him land a high-profile deal with Think It’s A Game Records and Warner Records. He made a major leap towards stardom with his major label debut mixtape Ain’t Shit Funny as the lead single “Neat” cracked 11 million Spotify streams and 8.3 million views in a month as “Better Than Me” leapt past 1 million streams.  By 2019, he ignited a staggering 30 million YouTube/VEVO views and 20 million-plus streams and earned the praise of tastemakers such as Pitchfork who predicted, “Q Money is a character and his over-the-top personality could shoot him into stardom.”

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