/  10.18.2021


Queen Naija unveiled her misunderstood project back in 2020, which was equipped with 18 tracks and assists from Jacquees, Toosii, Mulatto, Pretty Vee, Russ, Lucky Daye, Kiana Ledé, and more. Nearly a year later, she shares the official visual for the Kiana Ledé-assisted cut “I’m Her,” as she knows its a fan-favorite from the project that deserved its shine. On the track, Queen opens it up with her confidence-filled lyrics:

I know you miss it (Miss it) when you call my phone, know you just can’t leave me alone/ Double tappin’ my pictures, you be thinkin’ you’re low (You’re low) but I know you wantin’ some more/

All you gotta do is say the word, might let ya pull up on me, pull up on me/ Even if you wanna come late at night, you can stay ‘til the mornin’, mornin’/ You can’t get enough and you don’t know why (Don’t know why) ’cause you ain’t never had a vibe like mine

In the new video, Queen plays the sophisticated owner of an opulent salon, managed by Ledé. When an overbearing admirer tracks Ledé down at work, she and Queen put him in his place. The aforementioned misunderstood entered Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart at No. 1 and earned a place in the top 10 of the Billboard 200. The album includes Queen-staples like “Butterflies Pt. 2” and the Gold-certified single “Pack Lite.”

The R&B singer knew how much her supporters were waiting for this release. “I know how much everyone wanted a visual to my song called ‘I’m Her’ on my debut album missunderstood,” she types. “I PROMISED y’all that before I ended out this era and started a new one I would give more visuals & performances and let’s just say.. better late than NEVER.”

Be sure to press play on Queen Naija’s brand new “I’m Her” music video featuring Kiana Ledé down below.

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

View More

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

View More

Trending

Is there only one metaverse? | 'MetaMoney'

On the latest episode of “MetaMoney,” host Stockz talks about the “many different metaverses” that ...
  /  07.22.2022

Meet Alena Analeigh Wicker, the 13-year-old who just got accepted to medical school

Alena Analeigh Wicker is just 13 and she was recently accepted into the University of ...
  /  08.05.2022

How a concerned mom gained inspiration to launch a business after her 6-year-old's football practice

In our latest “Stand-Up For” segment of “REVOLT BLACK NEWS,” we highlight a mom, Chantel ...
  /  08.05.2022

A look at NFTs and the future of business | 'Maconomics'

On an all-new episode of “Maconomics,” host Ross Mac dives into what NFTs are and ...
  /  08.08.2022
View More