Amy Noonan is best known by her stage name Qveen Herby, through her lyrical prowess she’s been delivering an undeniable flow laced with smooth R&B rhythms and hip-hop verses. Back in June 2017 she made her debut with her five-track EP 1 and followed with her EP 2 in a December 2017.
Now, she’s paying tribute to the legendary Sade, on her latest track out today appropriately entitled “Sade In The 90’s”.The sharp-witted artist promises to “keep it suave” on her latest and she lives up to her own words, rolling through cheeky lyrics one everything from Deepak Chopra to Tesla to sex on the couch being her yoga. Today we have the first look at the visuals to match the single which she says, "is inspired by my favorite 90’s vibes and the power of feminine energy! I wanted a visual that embodied that effortlessly cool glamour of Sade."
Taken from her forthcoming EP 3, the track is her first stab at electronic R&B and it’s working well. Qveen Herby states, “In the ’90s everyone was always going hard, and Sade was just so smooth. If you dig into her lyrics she’s telling these crazy stories, but it all feels really easy.” Lyrically confident and powerfully smooth, this groovy number has us looking to more new music from Miss Qveen Herby.