Don Q, an American rapper born Le’Quincy Anderson, came to the limelight after releasing the compilation mixtape Highbridge the Label: The Takeover Vol. 1 in collaboration with rapper A Boogie.
Turned professional in 2016, the New York based-rapper & songwriter has 4 mixtapes & a 6-song EP titled Underrated (in 2018).
What Is Rapper Don Q’s Net Worth In 2020?
With only 4 years in the rap industry, he has garnered wide fame & fortune. As of May 2020, 30-year-old rapper Don Q has a net worth of $500,000.
Signed with the record labels Highbridge the Label and Atlantic Records, he collects the majority of earnings as a rapper.
Over the years, he is seen frequently collaborating with rapper A Boogie wit da Hoodie; Don Q featured in A Boogie’s debut album The Bigger Artist (2017).
Aside from being a rapper, Q earns a considerable sum of money through YouTube channel- his eponymous channel was created on April 11, 2014.
Meanwhile, in May 2020, his channel Don Q has over 127K subscribers & a total of 52.689 million views. According to Social Blade, it can earn him in the range of $1.2K – $18.6K per year.
Potential Earnings From Instagram
Anderson aka Don Q is an active user of Instagram; his Instagram account (@donqhbtl) has over 512K followers as of May 2020.
Despite the fact that the rapper is yet to have any endorsements, if he does sign a promotional deal via Instagram, it can earn him $1,532- $2,553 per sponsored post.
Also, Don Q is an avid user of Twitter & has over 66K followers.
Career As Rapper: How Did Don Q Come To Fame?
By the age of 16, Le’Quincy aka he started his career in rap, he then went for rap battles in streets & later appeared in several rap battle leagues: Battle On The Beat, Blue Collar Television, and Come Up Groundz.
It was until 2016 when Don Q received wide fame as he appeared in the freestyle series on Hot 97.
That same year, the rapper signed with the record label Highbridge the Label & released compilation Highbridge the Label: The Takeover Vol. 1, with A Boogie on May 28, 2016.
Moreover, in August 2016, he released his debut mixtape Don Season in collaboration with Atlantic Records; it was hosted by DJ Don Cannon.
Thereafter, he went to release further 3 mixtapes:
- Corner Stories (2017) featuring Dave East, Jadakiss, and Fabolous
- Don Talk (2018) featuring Pusha T and Desiigner
- Don Season 2 (2018) featuring G Herbo, Dave East and Lil Durk
In late 2018, the rapper dropped a 6 song extended play (EP) titled Underrated.
Throughout his career journey, Don Q has also collaborated with many artists; he was featured in Young Scooter’s song ‘Diamond’ and in Meek Mill’s single ‘Lights Out’, both in 2016.
Where Does Don Q Live & His Lifestyle?
Currently, he lives in Brooklyn, New York, however, he is yet to open up details on his residence.
Surfing through his social media, the American rapper seems to be enjoying perks of success. He drives a Maybach & often wears a diamond-encrusted chain & ring.
Feud With Tory Lanez
Feuds among celebrities are barely a surprising topic these days & same goes for rapper Don, who fired up social media through word exchange with rapper Tory Lanez in 2019.
It came when Lanez proclaimed himself as the greatest rapper alive during an ongoing battle with Joyner Lucas; Don Q got in & responded to Tory & accused him of stealing lyrics from his Hot 97 freestyle.
It resulted in backfire series in social media & releases of diss tracks. Don Q released “I’m Not Joyner” which Tory responded with another track “Don Queen”. Don then retaliated with “This Is Ya King?”
When & Where Was Don Q Born? His Relationship?
Don was born Le’Quincy Anderson on April 28, 1990, in Highbridge, Bronx, New York, New York City. An American by nationality, the rapper hails from a black ethnic background.
Even though, Don Q started writing raps while in 5th grade, he later took rap career seriously in high school at age of 16.
Regarding his relationships, he is low-key. No reports on his girlfriend or dating story ever made highlights & are allegedly single for now.
However, the rapper reportedly has a daughter, though e has kept details under curtains.
Did you know? Due to safety concerns, Don Q was among 5 rappers who were banned from New York City’s Rolling Loud festival.