Whether or not the PC Music-spawned QT energy drink is a real thing has been up for discussion since the SOPHIE and A.G. Cook-produced single “Hey QT” dropped last year. QT began to market the elixir in September in an interview with FACT, and in March, PC Music debuted a video-commercial for the drink. At the label’s SXSW showcase, QT handed out drinks to the audience, and though James was front-and-center, he didn’t manage to nab one. These beverages exist, but up until today it wasn’t totally clear whether or not they would be made available for public consumption. Yesterday, Quinn Thomas (aka QT) Instagrammed a response to The New York Times’ review of the label’s Red Bull Music Academy POP CUBE extravaganza.
You can now pre-order QT care package for $20. It will include:
1 x Limited edition DrinkQT
1 x Custom greeting from QT
1 x Special edition packaging
1 x Signed photo
The website also includes this sort-of alarming, though I’m sure legally-necessary disclaimer:
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Watch the QT commercial below, and read our own review of the POP Cube show here.
You can order Drink QT here.