Queendom Come, called "Queen" for short, is a Billboard charting artist/writer. She is the only female on the Houston label SDS, ran by one of Texas' hottest rappers, J Dawg the Yung Hogg (First 48, Ride On 4's). Coming from the east side of Houston, Queen uses music as her therapeutic release from some of her emotional experiences and struggles, and gives her fans a connection to her personality, her vulnerability, and her creativity. She holds her ground and has the respect and support of some of the biggest promoters, producers, and musicians in and out the city. Cousin to Houston's own, legendary rapper Scarface, Queen has found her own lane in the music industry and has the attention of major labels, as well as power house independents.
Most recognized for the Top #100 Billboard charting song "You Ain't Bout That Life" with Beat King, Queen has been featured 5 of Beat King's mixtapes since the release of Club God in 2011. That single alone led them on a southern region tour where they traveled for interviews and appearances in Dallas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Atlanta, Georgia, where they networked with DJ Scream and the new favorite K Camp. KamaLoop TV reached out to Queen for her to make the theme song for their show titled "That Life Show", which averages 5 million unique visitors, and 16 million page views per month. The "That Life Show"has had celebrity guests that incude Birdman, The Game, Wiz Khalifa, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Debbie, Big Sean and many more.
In summer 2014, Queen and Beat King linked up again for the hot new club single "Shade", featured on Beat King's "Gangster Stripper Music 2" mixtape, and had fans learning it quickly as it hit the Radio One airwaves. Queendom Come teamed up with Houston veteran, Lil O of the SUC, to make a street anthem entitled "These Streets", produced by multi-platinum producer Kojack. This single shows her versatility of singing and rapping, and reaches out to the growing epidemic of young men going to jail and losing their lives. "Somehow Someway" featuring J Dawg was an instant anthem for a lot of Queen's supporters who've watched her grow from the very start. Queen is also featured on songs with various artists including Baby Bash, Chalie Boy, Slim Thug, Hoodstar Chantz, and will also be featured on Jdawg's two upcoming mixtapes, "Life of A Yung Hogg" & "Behind Tint III".
In the break of 2016, Queendom Come made hints to a new chant "God Blessing All The Queens" and recently announced a new single and debut album set to release.
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