QBoy was the UK’s first queer hip-hop artist and has become synonymous with all things ‘gay rap’ since his debut CD ‘Even The Women Like Him’ was released in 2004. Before that he was one of the promoters and DJs behind the UK’s first gay hip-hop party ‘Pac-Man’ in Brighton then London and was the editor of revolutionary site gayhiphop.com. Featured in every bit of cool media possible, QBoy toured the globe, supported Boy George LIVE and launched and ran Europe’s first ever LGBT hip-hop festival ‘PeaceOUT UK’. In 2007 he presented and led the powerful Channel 4 documentary ‘Coming Out To Class’ highlighting homophobia in schools. He also made a documentary for BBC 1Xtra about iconic queens of rap, Salt-N-Pepa – and has also worked with Princess Superstar, Queen Pen, Terri Walker, recently he performed with Lily Allen, and was the official DJ picked by Queerty & American Pavilion for their renowned Cannes Film Festival party. QBoy’s obsession with female rappers and R&B artists more than qualifies him for the task of being part of team ‘R & She' the roadblock party he runs with fellow DJ promoters Neil Prince & David Oh, a night 'Dedicated To The QUEENS Of R&B And HIP-HOP From The 90s To Present'. Presently he is the resident host of Heaven’s G-A-Y R&B room every Friday. QBoy is to release a new E.P. shortly including his latest single & video ‘DragOn.