Que graduated from Lead City University, Ibadan in 2012 with a B.Sc in Mass Communications and Media Technology and started singing professionally soon afterwards, before getting signed to Aquila Records in 2014 as pioneer artistes alongside Tillaman.
Que Peller grew up in the city of Ibadan and spent most of his childhood indulging in various forms of art which mostly revolved around his father and his routine as a foremost magician. He learnt a few tricks himself but was mostly hooked on the music which mostly formed the background to most of his father’s rehearsals and performances. From King Sunny Ade, to Fela Anikulapo Kuti amongst others, Que fell in love with the art of blending instruments and vocals.
Music might be his primary love, but magic is where it all started for Que and he remembers this fact very well. This reason, as well as a way to honour his late father who paved the way for him, is the reason he decided to infuse magic into his general art as an entertainer.
Que Peller spent several months in the label’s artiste development program after he got signed, before finally releasing his debut single Juru in April 2015. The song featured labelmate Base One who was signed in January of the same year, and was produced by Young Jonn. He subsequently followed this up with the release of his hit single Eleniyan, produced by Reelz in December 2015.
With both songs having enjoyed major airplay on radio and in the clubs, videos (directed by Frizzle n Bizzle Films) were subsequently released for both, before Que followed up with a new single Carolina which featured Olamide and was produced by Phantom.
His newest effort is Slow Whyne which he dropped shortly after Showcase alongside labelmates Airboy and Base One.