missunderstood Queen Naija
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- 2Too Much To Say02:33
- 3I'm Her03:19
- 4Pack Lite02:55
- 5Lie To Me03:13
- 7Love Language02:53
- 8Without You02:37
- 9Say What You Mean03:06
- 10Bitter Skit00:20
- 12One Time03:17
- 14Five Seconds02:56
- 16Trial And Error02:38
- 17Butterflies Pt. 202:32
Info for missunderstood
Queen Naija’s releases her debut album "missunderstood".
Combined global streams of “Pack Lite” now exceed 42 million. Last week, Queen released an alternative video, directed by directed by AlphaMale Visuals (YFN Lucci, Yung Bleu), for the track. View HERE. Views of the official video – directed by Teyana Taylor,aka Spike Tey (Macy Gray, Schoolboy Q, Wale, T.I.) – have surpassed 14 million. HotNewHipHop said, “if the album sounds anything like her recent release, it’s sure to be a hit.” Billboard noted, “If you take a peek through Queen Naija’s discography, you’ll see that she’s not one for the games. Her new song ‘Pack Lite’ is reflective of her no nonsense demeanor.” “Pack Lite” is the follow-up to “Butterflies Pt. 2,” which has amassed over 63 million combined global streams and entered the top 10 at Urban AC radio.
With the arrival of her 2018 self-titled debut EP, Queen emerged as an unstoppable new force in the R&B world. Having clocked over 1.7 billion combined global streams to date, Queen Naija features three Platinum-certified singles: “Butterflies,” “Karma” and her breakthrough hit “Medicine”—an independently released smash that made its staggering debut at No. 45 on the Billboard Hot 100, a nearly-unheard-of achievement for an unsigned artist. Along with debuting at No. 1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart, Queen was hailed as “the first soul star of the social media generation” by The New York Times, and earned major recognition in the 2019 awards season with nominations for Top R&B Artist at the Billboard Music Awards, Best New Artist at the BET Awards and three nods at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. The 24-year-old Detroit-area native has amassed over a billion combined global streams to date.
Contemporary R&B singer and songwriter Queen Naija progressed from social media star to hitmaker in 2018 with the retribution ballad "Medicine." Based in Detroit, Michigan but raised a county away in Ypsilanti, Queen Naija Bulls started singing in church and writing songs during early childhood. As a teenager, she became known nationwide as a contestant on multiple seasons of American Idol, including the 13th season in 2014. Following that, she became famous as an internet personality for her YouTube channel Chris & Queen. On the channel, Bulls and then-husband Chris Sails posted various humorous videos with an emphasis on elaborate pranks. Upon the couple's split, Bulls focused on her music again. She debuted with "Medicine," a single that in April 2018 entered the Billboard Hot 100 at number 45. Shortly thereafter, major-label Capitol announced their signing of Bulls, who quickly followed up that year with "Karma" and a self-titled five-track EP. "Medicine" and "Karma" were included on the EP, as was a collaboration with No I.D., "Bad Boy." After closing out the year with "War Cry," Naija returned in 2019 with the single "Away from You." (Andy Kellman, AMG)
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