Sexy Big Girl is the exciting new single from N.Q. Branded as an anthem for fuller-figured women, this release from hip-hop star N.Q is sure to get attention for all the right reasons. It’s for all the women who’ve lived in the shadows of their potential and who’ve had doors closed because of their size.
Sexy Big Girl releases to radio on 28 May
“I wrote this for all my beautiful, gorgeous thick sisters. It’s for all the women who’ve had doors closed because of their size. The season of body-shaming is over. It’s time we were all loved and respected, and treated right!” says N.Q.
N.Q’s single launch extends over two events this weekend, starting on Friday 28 May. See her performing at Capello’s Midrand. Shop no.45, Sanridge Square, Lever road, Midrand. Hosts Arriecakes and Mak-hi Omuhle. Performances by N.Q, Seekay and supported by Welle SA, DJ Milla and Saks.She will also be performing on her birthday, Saturday 29 May, at Room 130, 130 11th Street, Parkmore, Sandton.
MORE ABOUT N.Q
Born Nqobile Nomfundo Magongo, N.Q, she began her journey as a writer, poet and musical enthusiast.
Throughout her schooling career, N.Q excelled in the performing arts as an actress taking lead roles in school and local plays as well as representing her school in regional debating competitions. Her early experience helped her to identify and nurture her naturally expressive mind and talents.
N.Q explored her musical interests and talent by being part of guitar and poetry clubs in high school and tertiary institutions, which led to the birth of her hip-hop career. Rooted in poetry, N.Q’s style of Hip Hop invokes a sense of being raw and unapologetically bold, while empowering herself and the listener to be a better version of themselves.
N.Q has since appeared on numerous radio and TV interviews and performances on outlets including Yfm’s Hip-Hop Floor, Metro fm’s Rap Activity Jam Session, Ligwalgwala’s Hip-Hop Parliament, SABC’s Morning Live and many more.
She’s shared the stage with Riky Rick, Emtee, DJ Shimza and many more.