Quan, best known for his hit with Nas, “Just A Moment,” is back for with his latest music video for “They Don’t Love You...,” the third set of visuals from his last project www.donferquan.com. The singer/rapper/songwriter, who's real name is Don Ferquan, puts his spin on DJ Khaled’s hit "They Don't Love You No More" and takes viewers through the streets and ghettos of Bridgeport, Conn.

His latest project is the first he's done since his 2011 mixtape The Struggle. Donferquan and features names such as Pusha T, Ace Hood, Emilio Rojas, Big Pooh and more. The Newport News, Va. native is putting the finishing touches on his new album Point Of No Return and penning his memoir The Thirst. Quan spoke in a recent interview about getting into music and how his career all began.

"Shit, it probably started with my family," he said. "My uncles, my father, nobody rapped in my house. They’d be into rap, but nobody rapped. My uncle sang, my daddy sang, my whole family loves music. There was always some kind of music playing, like from back then shit. Ever since I was a little boy, back from taking pots and pans and creating my own little drum set. But I didn’t think I was something special until I was about 14 or 15 and people were talking about me. I ended up getting on a radio station, when I was about 15, but I was in the streets too. I was running around robbing people and selling coke. That’s what it was, like that’s what it was early. It was always either the streets or the music, but wanting to do music and get out of streets."



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