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Q-Tee (born Tatiana Mais, 28 November 1976 in Kidbrook, London) is a British rapper and hip hop musician.

She provided rapping lead vocals on two songs by Saint Etienne; the first of these being "Filthy" ( B-side to "Only Love Can Break Your Heart") (and also released on Smash The System: Singles and More) and the second being "Calico" (on So Tough). At the time she recorded these songs she was 15 years old. In 1990, she was the featured vocalist on History's UK #42 hit, "Afrika".

In 1993, Q-Tee provided the rap on "Beautiful" by Babble, who were essentially the last two remaining members of Thompson Twins. It was released on their album, The Stone (Warner Bros./Reprise Records), and remixes were also released on the double A-side single, "Beautiful"/"Tribe".

She was signed to a recording contract to Saint Etienne's label, Heavenly Records in her own right four years later, and released one single, "Gimme That Body" in January 1996. The single reached #40 in the UK Singles Chart.