It's been a jam-packed fourth quarter for rap music, and that stream of new material doesn't seem to be drying up any time soon. Today (Nov. 20), in the shadow of new work from the likes of Freddie Gibbs and E-40, Atlanta'a Que lets loose of his new mixtape. I Am Que clocks in at 12 tracks, complete with production from Metro Boomin, Cardo, Sonny Digital, 30 Roc of Ear Drummers, OZ and others. (Sonny actually steps inside the booth on the previously released "Gucci Said." This effort comes a little over a year after Que significantly increased his national profile with Can You Digg It? Since then, he's kept his name in the headlines with a steady supply of singles and by speaking out in defense of his city. Stream I Am Que in its entirety below:

Que shot to prominence when "OG Bobby Johnson" turned out to be a mix show favorite; it would probably be fair to say that LeBron James posting videos of himself dancing to the song certified that it had fully crossed over. The young MC was actually born in Kansas City, a locale that has always enjoyed a unique blend of musical styels from Chicago's underground, the South and the Bay Area. Late last year, he inked a deal with Atlantic; his debut album is expected some time next year.