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Raymond Barker(MacTilla),Tweek and LowDilla. Founded in 1994, Q.O. debuted their first independent L.P., Smoke dis; with manager ,June,the L.P. was effective in demonstrating the groups witty/street-gritty lyrical versatility and gained them a buzz among underground hardcore hip hop enthusiasts. Q.O. followed up their debut L.P. with the sophomore album entitled Lime Green in 2001 which addresses the issues and struggles of ethnicity and life in the inner-city streets of Chicago. Performing songs from Lime Green, Q.O. has opened and headlined shows for various mainstream artists, including: Twista, Ludacris, Redman and Do or Die. The group plans to continue delivering their message via their upcoming two-disk Q.O. mixtape which will feature new, never before heard songs from Q.O. as well as introduce talent from affiliate group Illumination. We draw inspiration from a cult-like following of fans as well as each other. In 2006 Raymond Barker(MacTilla) Went solo and created his own professional high definition studio which manifested in to a top knoch production and recording lab.since then,Raymond Barker(MacTilla) had a Hip-Hop track in the DVD version of the NBC hit show Friday Night Lights. The song is called “Mr government.” Raymond has also had several songs in NBC’s The Black Donnellys.He now has a Mix CD "On The Grind"on the streets with a growing fan base! In 2010,Raymond Barker (MacTilla) Started his own music production company, (Urban Global Productions Inc.) and released an album online(Compilation Of Hip-Hop,R&B and Pop).He has recorded,mixed,mastered and produced tracks, for various artist in the mid west and Chicago area(Hip-Hop,R&B,Pop).He is currently working on his highly anticipated solo album "HUSTLER EXAM" and it will be available this spring 2012.