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article imageReview: Qveen Herby sizzles on new 'Busta Rhymes' music video Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 4, 2017 in Music
Rising rapper and R&B sensation Qveen Herby has released her brand new music video "Busta Rhymes," which is quite bad-ass.
Qveen Herby (also known as Amy Noonan) co-wrote the song with Richy Jackson, and it was subsequently co-produced by Nick Noonan (her husband and bandmate from Karmin) and Unkle Steve, who has worked with such artists as Nicki Minaj, T.I. and Kodak Black. It was released on Checkbook Records.
This new project rose from the ashes (of Karmin), and it comes with designer rap habit and r&b vibes. Her talents are unparalleled, bouncing between catchy vocals and rapping over 11 syllables per second. With her "Busta Rhymes" music video, which was directed by Benjamin Farren, she tips her hat to the acclaimed rapper Busta Rhymes, with lyrical speed and grace.
Her new EP 1 is comprised of such tracks "Gucci," which is an ode to expensive taste, "Zombie," "Wild" and "Til We Get By," in addition to "Busta Rhymes."
"Busta Rhymes" is available on iTunes and on Spotify.
The Verdict
Overall, Qveen Herby has found a new niche in the R&B and rap genres of music. This new musical direction suits her well, and the song is refreshing and irrestistible. Her up-tempo "Busta Rhymes" music video garners an A rating.
For more on Qveen Herby, check her out on Facebook and via her official homepage.
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