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Schoolboy Q, born Quincy Mathew Hanley, laid down tracks like "Man of the Year," "What They Want" and "Break the Bank," attracting a solid fan following. Don't miss your chance to see Schoolboy Q perform LIVE! Buy your Schoolboy Q tickets now!
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Schoolboy Q Concert Tickets

Schoolboy Q is an American hip-hop artist who is best known for breakout hits like "Man of the Year," "Break the Bank," "There He Go," "Collard Greens," "Hands On the Wheel," "Blessed" and "Banger." He is a master of his craft, combining his infectious lyrical style with a unique, almost gospel-like sound. Buy your Schoolboy Q tickets today and watch one of the most lyrically powerful rap artists perform on stage.

Schoolboy Q is widely considered to be one of the leaders of the new school of rap, along with Kendrick Lamar, Drake, A$AP Rocky and Big Sean. Born in Germany and raised in Southern California, Schoolboy Q, aka Quincy Hanly, didn't always consider rapping for a career.  At a young age, he found himself immersed in gang culture. By 21, he had had enough of the violence and began pursuing his music career full time. Schoolboy Q uses his rough upbringing to fuel his passion and explores the realities of urban life in much of his music, including partying all night, close friends who died too young, and the struggle to make it off the street alive.