Qveen Herby is a top independent artist known for her speed rap and funky r&b. This chic nerdy girl has become an expert songwriter, creative director, and female entrepreneurial force – a far cry from humble beginnings and a prime example of the artistic transformation available to those willing to put in the work. The Nebraska-native, born Amy Heidemann, left for Boston after high school to study at Berklee College of Music. After her viral Look At Me Now video (2011), multiple Billboard hits, cover of Rolling Stone, and SNL performance singing lead for KARMIN – the band called it quits in 2016.
After a fated astrology reading, she took her new understanding of the biz to re-imagine her artistry into a solo act: Qveen Herby. Calling on her loyal husband Nick Noonan and Pompano Puff to produce, her 9 EPs amassed 100M Spotify streams. Her trademark Mary-Poppins-gone-bad aesthetic includes glasses, gloves, lips and lashes from her boutique cosmetics brand Qveen Studio (qveenstudio.com). With features in Cosmo, PAPER, Forbes, and TV series like Ozark, Dickinson, Black Lightning, and Generation – Qveen Herby is building her Qveendom on her own terms.
Her music screams self-care, sexual freedom, and aligning with your higher purpose. Stream Qveen to raise your vibration or tune in for her live weekly aura cleanses. Hobbies include: historic homes, interior design, and shopping second hand designer clothes.
- ‘Vitamins’ in Dickinson, episode 208