Qwanell Mosley (born on September 28, 1988 in Rochester, New York), better known as Q or Que, is an American singer best known as a contestant on the hit TV show Making the Band 4.
He was the youngest member of the group Day26 signed on Bad Boy Records, along with their former label members, Danity Kane and Donnie Klang.
"It didn't feel right without Que," bandmember Brian Andrews said of the trip. I was lonely." Diddy warned the boys that if they didn't keep themselves in check, they may end up like Danity Kane, whose many conflicts led Diddy to fire two members on last season's finale and one more last week.
[artist id="3006111"]Day26[/artist], along with castmate Donnie Klang, used Thursday night as an opportunity to clear the air. I apologize," Que said about his actions over the season.
Day26 was founded on the Making the Band 4 Season 1 finale on August 26, 2007.
Day26 had to own up to their issues during the season-three finale of "Making the Band 4," hosted by Sway on Thursday night.
All season, the group had fought over finances and creative control of their sound, even causing [artist id="1244169"]Diddy[/artist] to send the band on a cruise without Qwanell Mosley.
At the age of four Que lost his father and relied on his mother, his sisters and grandfather for support throughout his growing years. In 2007 Mosley went on MTV's hit TV show "Making The Band 4" for which he gave up a full scholarship at Five Towns College.
In season 1, after beating out numerous contestants for a spot in Sean 'Diddy' Combs’ guy group, Mosley, Robert Curry, Micheal Mc Cluney, Brian Andrews, and Willie Taylor were put in the group now known as Day26.