About Qveen Herby
Qveen Herby, the hip-hop alter ego of Nebraska-born singer-songwriter Amy Noonan, straddles pop and rap with her uniquely vibrant songs.
• Noonan originally made her name as one-half of the quirky husband-wife pop duo Karmin. One of the group’s early successes was a viral cover of Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now,” featuring Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes.
• When the group went on hiatus in 2017, Amy decided to pursue an independent solo career and rebranded herself as Qveen Herby.
• Having grown up on hip-hop and R&B, she cites Missy Elliott, TLC, and Lauryn Hill as her musical inspirations.
• In 2017, Qveen Herby made her official debut with EP 1. Before the year was out, she returned with EP 2, featuring Maliiibu Mitch and Monogem on the track “Bank.”
• Qveen Herby has kept the momentum going by releasing at least two EPs every year. In 2020, she dropped EP 8 and EP 9.