Quacy ‘Que’ Cooper began to make his mark in the entertainment world from the age of 12 singing with his church choir. Recognizing his talent, persons began recruiting Que to sing at multiple events. Very soon, the singer became a songwriter and possessed the ability to create a melody on the spot for any given topic.
He finds joy in creating music that impacts on everyday experiences and that listeners can identify with.
In 2003, his family moved to the capital, Port – of – Spain. This transition though challenging propelled his music career, where he was selected as a member of the renowned Lydian Singers. He grew in popularity and as an artiste, performing at larger events.
Diligently following his passion, Que, along with Ancil Harris, Shurland Sawh & Justin Moore, under the direction of Kareem Browne, Avis and Myrone Bruce, landed a spot in the 2007 Groovy Soca Monarch Competition. After this major milestone, he released three (3) singles, “Words Don’t Do Justice”, “I Stand” and “True Love” written by Que himself.
His true style, a blend of Soca and Rhythm & Blues led him to record his single “Sweet Island” in 2008, and in 2009 became a hit throughout the Kaiso Caravan – East Zone Calypso Tents and others where he did live performances. The music video was released in 2010.
2010 – 2011 was the year of hiatus for the crooner as he focused his energies on his academic development in the field of Information Technology. On completing his studies in 2012, he released his Carnival single “Make Yuh Move” produced by Green Room Studios.
His musical influences include Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Tevin Campbell, Machel Montano and Destra Garcia. His main motivation is his mother Laura Cooper and is always his role model. Que strongly believes that representing yourself as a brand of excellence is integral to be a successful human being, and humility is his strongest trait.
Fast forwarding to 2014, Que along with friend Michael ‘Skai’ Nedd opened for the Tobago Jazz Festival where the stage was shared with international acts. There was no stopping his him, as he moved into acting on Synergy TV series All About Us.
However, Que plans to re-enter the recording studio for 2017.