QTdabutcha is back on the scene with his latest single “Really Don’t” from the new EP release “No Doors”

Georgia has raised some of the best hip-hop talents over the years, and look no further than QTdabutcha as the latest example of it. The College Park native is an emcee of a different breed, drawing inspiration from local legends like Outkast and Goodie Mob.

QTdabutcha has been working tirelessly to develop a very special formula. Needless to say, the artist succeeds in creating something that feels spontaneous, creative, and utterly unique. His music is a strong combination of classic and modern hip-hop, many other styles and influences, going for a mercurial flair. A great example? Let the sound of his brand new studio release speak for itself. The project is titled No Doors, and it is a double EP that holds a high-quality standard in terms of production and execution alike. The double EP consists of the first EP “No Excuses” and the second EP “Premium Cutz.”

qtdabutcha People who enjoy well-produced rap music with attitude are certainly going to enjoy the spontaneity and feel of this release. Ultimately, this new double EP is a perfect introduction to QTdabutcha as an artist, and a great indication of his willingness to keep inspiring the audience – regardless of their background. 

QTdabutcha is an example of what it is like to make music that’s not about fitting the usual tired labels, but it’s about truly speaking to the crowd. Be sure not to miss out on this release as well as other fascinating releases from this talented rap artist. Connect with QTdabutcha on his website, social media, and digital music platforms.







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