Biographie de TQTerrance Quaites (born May 24, 1976), known professionally as TQ, is an American R&B singer. He is perhaps best known for his hit song "Westside", which became a top 40 hit in several countries in 1998.
Terrance Quaites began his music career in the early 1990s with the R&B ensemble Coming of Age (band), who had a hit with the ballad "Coming Home to Love". After two album releases, the group went their separate ways. The summer of 1998 saw TQ notch his first hit with "Westside". Later that year, They Never Saw Me Coming was released, along with the single "Bye Bye Baby", and "Better Days" which followed the next year.
In 2000's, TQ released his second album, The Second Coming. He recorded his own Cash Money album, Gemini, but it was never officially released. He released a new album, Listen, in 2004. In 2007, TQ was featured on a single from the debut album of Iranian-Canadian rapper Imaan Faith. TQ's song Paradise was released on April 29, 2008.
On March 23, 2009, TQ released the S.E.X.Y. EP on iTunes. It was made available on CD on June 30. The EP consists of previously unheard TQ material. TQ released his latest album, titled Kind of Blue, on March 23, 2010. TQ has recorded the Michael Jackson song Dirty Diana for this album.
After a balh-wrote and recorded "Uh Oh", a pop duet with the British singer-songwriter, Danielle Senior, which was produced by Matt Qualifide for Andrew Maurice of Suite Recordings. It was released April 2011. Remixes of "Uh Oh" include the classic soul version by CBKS.