American rapper, singer, songwriter and entrepreneur, Amy Renee Heidemann Noonan, known by her stage name Qveen Herby, has released her new EP, “Halloqveen.”
Born and raised in Seward, Nebraska, she first gained fame as part of the music duo Karmin, with whom she released two studio albums. Following the duo’s hiatus in 2017, she began the solo project Qveen Herby, which incorporated R&B and hip hop influences.
In 2017, all of Karmin’s social media was rebranded to Qveen Herby and a small preview stating “Karmin Is Dead, Long Live the Qveen.” was posted. Noonan formally announced her solo career as well as her debut extended play, EP 1.
She released her first solo extended play, EP 1 on June 2, 2017, preceded by the single “Busta Rhymes”. She released her debut album, A Woman on May 21, 2021.
Following the release of EP 1, Herby began releasing a series of extended plays, with EP 2 being released in 2017, EP3 and EP 4 in 2018, EP 5, EP 6, EP 7, and The Vignettes in 2019, and Tiny Piano, EP 8 and EP 9 in 2020. Three of the EPs charted within Billboard charts in the US. Herby released her debut album A Woman on May 21, 2021.