QUEEN NAIJA - MOVED TO CRESCENT BALLROOM
Sun, December 2, 2018
Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
This event is 16 and over
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“Medicine” so irresistible to listeners and gained acclaim from outlets like Billboard (who noted that “Queen imagines the actions of a bolder, empowered alter ego, a 2018 variation on Beyoncé’s ‘If I Were A Boy’”).As she gears up for the release of her debut EP, Queen aims to channel more of that real-life emotion into each song. “A lot of people make music just to try to get a hit or win Grammys, but for me it’s about changing people’s perspectives and letting them know they’re not alone in whatever they’re going through,” she says. “I want to make music that captures people, that gets into your soul—the kind of songs you need to keep playing over and over.” But for Queen, the most rewarding element of her runaway success lies in finally fulfilling her childhood dream. “I’ve always known that this was a gift given to me, and that I need to use it to help others,” she says. “When ‘Medicine’ came out people were like, ‘Oh, wow—I didn’t know Queen had it in her.’ Now I’m going to show everybody that there’s way more to me than ‘Medicine.’”
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