|City of license||Hendersonville, Tennessee|
|Broadcast area||Nashville, Tennessee|
|Slogan||The Big Station!|
|First air date||1970s|
|Format||Urban Adult Contemporary|
|Callsign meaning||The Q from WQQK is used in 92-Q branding|
|Sister stations||WNFN, WQQK, WRQQ, WSM-FM, WWTN|
Beginning in the 1970s as the pioneering station of the "rock oldies" format in the Nashville market, "92-Q" WQQK was later reformatted to Urban contemporary format and currently features a large proportion of rap music in its programming, albeit only Old school hip hop in regular rotation nowadays, which is a rarity for the perdominately R&B/Classic Soul Urban AC format, due to competition from WUBT. It is consistently one of the highest-rated stations in the Nashville market according to Arbitron despite broadcasting with only 3,000 watts of power. It has long been controlled by the Dickey family, controlling figures in the Cumulus Media organization.