4 Songs, 10 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
22 Ratings
22 Ratings


Nicco Salazar

I don't care who you are, you better be listening to Bon Qui Qui slay on this album. She has come so far and I'm so proud of her! Just. The. Best


Mojo star

I cant wait to get festive wit my gurl bon qui qui!!! Merryhoodmas yall!



I've been a fan of Bon Qui Qui and Christmas music for years. My heart is so happy that we can finally listen to both this year! #blessed #thoserhymestho

About Bon Qui Qui

Like Iggy Azalea on a King Burger budget, rapper Bon Qui Qui is the alter ego of comedian Anjelah Johnson-Reyes. Born and raised in San Jose, California, of Mexican and Native American descent, Johnson was attending college when a chance to join the Oakland Raiders' cheerleading squad, the Raiderettes, pulled her away to Los Angeles. Touring the L.A. standup circuit and uploading a video of her nail salon employee character Tammy to video-sharing sites brought her to the attention of MADtv. She joined the sketch show's cast in 2007 for a total of only four episodes, but her Bon Qui Qui and Tammy characters were a hit and in 2008 she earned an ALMA (American Latino Media Arts) award nomination for her work. A year later she would appear on the television series Ugly Betty while lending her voice to the animated film Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel. Her standup special That's How We Do It! premiered on the Comedy Central cable network in 2010 and was released by the Warner Bros. record label that same year. She became Johnson-Reyes a year later when she married Manwell Reyes from the Christian hip-hop trio Group 1 Crew. Meanwhile, Bon Qui Qui was fired from her job at the fictional King Burger chain, and turned her "skills" to rap. In 2015, BQQ mania spread like measles when the Warner Bros. label released her debut album, Gold Plated Dreams. ~ David Jeffries



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