Why Cue Performing in 2019
|Birth name||Jayquan Cutler|
|Born||November 9, 1991|
Peekskill, New York
|Associated acts||Lil B, Shawty Lo|
Jayquan Cutler (born November 9, 1991), better known by his stage name Why Cue, is an American rapper and record producer from New York City. He first gained recognition for his work with former Jive Records artist Lil B.
Cutler was encouraged to pursue a career in music by his stepfather who was a DJ. Lacking the funds to purchase professional recording equipment, Cutler stole a microphone from his high school to record his first album. In 2010, Cutler responded to a mass tweet from Lil B that said "I need beats". This lead Cutler to produce the track "Out The Hood" by Lil B off the latter's Red Flame mixtape. Cutler first received national radio airplay on New York City's Hot 97 as a featured artist on Roswell Gray's track "I Get Around" which also featured D4L's Shawty Lo. In 2019, Cutler dropped his debut independent project Xxotic. The lead single "Cappin Alert" was featured in Hip-Hop Weekly, DJ Enuff and The Source.
2010: Lil B - "Out The Hood"
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