Queen Naija Biography: Husband, Songs, Age, Height, Net Worth, Boyfriend, Real Name, Instagram, Children, Parents, Albums, Tour, Twitter

Queen Naija Biography: Husband, Songs, Age, Height, Net Worth, Boyfriend, Real Name, Instagram, Children, Parents, Albums, Tour, Twitter

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Biography

Queen Naija Bulls (born October 17, 1995), addressed professionally as Queen Naija, is a gifted American R&B singer and media personality. She is best known for her chart-topping single Medicine, which garnered millions of views on YouTube. In addition to her musical career, she started as Vlogger on YouTube with tons of subscribers.

Her first EP, titled Queen Naija, was released in 2018 and grossed the 26th spot on the Billboard 200. Three singles from the EP were certified platinum by the RIAA.

Queen Naija has a released studio album, which she titled Misunderstood and an EP titled We’re All Gonna Die Anyway, both of which have received critical acclaim. She is working on her second album, which is set to be released in 2023.

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Wiki Facts & About Data
Full Name: Queen Naija Bulls
Stage Name: Queen Naija
Born: 17 October 1995 (age 28 years old)
Place of Birth: Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.54 m
Parents: Reeva Bulls
Siblings: N/A
Husband • Spouse: Chris Sails (2015-2017)
Boyfriend • Partner: Clarence White
Children: Chris Sails, Legend Lorenz
Occupation: Singer • Media Personality
Net Worth: $4 million

Early Life

Queen Naija was born in Ypsilanti, Michigan, United States, on October 17, 1995. Her mother is Reeva Bulls, while her father is still widely unknown.

She has described her background as a mix of “Arab, Black, and Italian” but has also mentioned having Indian ancestry, though she was not sure how much.

Her father is from Yemen. Her birth name, Queen Naija, was given to her by her mother. “Queen” was inspired by her grandmother, who had the same first name, and “Naija” represented her father’s name.

Personal Life

In July 2018, Queen Naija and her new lover, Clarence White, launched a joint YouTube channel titled Royal Family. As of March 2021, the channel has 2.79 million subscribers.

In 2014 at the age of 19, Queen Naija got engaged to her high school sweetheart named, Chris Sails. The couple lived together for four years before splitting in 2018 due to infidelity. 

Queen Naija accused Chris Sails of cheating. She is a proud mother of two adorable boys, Chris Sails and Legend Lorenz.

Career

Queen Naija first came to the spotlight as a competitor on American Idol’s thirteenth season. Two years earlier, she had attempted an audition but could not progress to the next round. She made it to the Hollywood round in the thirteenth season but was eliminated when the top 30 contestants were selected. After then, Queen Naija resumed her position as a security guard. She after continued to develop her YouTube career.

Queen Naija released Medicine in December 2017 and Karma in June 2018 as her second single. Genius conducted a video interview with her for the song Medicine in January 2018. She documented on her YouTube channel a few record-label meetings she and her team/management attended.

By March 2018, the initial song release of Medicine by Queen Naija had received over 10 million views. A music video was officially released later that month. The video received 4.5 million views on the day of its release, and as of December 2019, it has over 150 million views.

Queen Naija became a Capitol Records artist on April 25, 2018. Karma was released as her second single on June 28. She wrote and recorded the song in January 2018. The song earned the top spot on the iTunes overall list on the same day. 

Karma debuted at number thirteen on the Billboard Digital Songs sales chart and number sixty-three on the Billboard Hot 100. As of March 2021, the audio for the song has received over 116 million streams.

On July 27, 2018, Queen Naija released her self-titled extended play. It includes the songs Medicine, Karma, Mama’s Hand, Butterflies, and Bad Boy. This project contains production by No I.D., El Jefe, Rob Grimaldi, 30 Hertz Beats, and ClickNPress.

Queen Naija characterized the EP as an emotional journey in which each song conveys a personal experience or emotion. The songs include references to loss and betrayal, motherhood, and rediscovering love.

Medicine addresses her sadness and feelings toward her ex-partner, whereas Karma tells how she overcame her heartbreak while conveying that she will be OK. Mama’s Hand is devoted to her kid; she promises to provide him with everything and encourages him to think positively about his future.

The song Butterflies suggests that Queen Naija falls in love with someone new. The song Bad Boy recounts her relationship with a new partner and how her goodness may influence him to improve. The EP debuted at position 26 on the Billboard 200 and topped the Apple Music R&B charts.

Net Worth

Queen Naija has an estimated net worth of $4 million. Queen Naija is a popular YouTuber and musician with a large online following. 

Thanks to her success on YouTube, Queen Naija has made a name for herself in the music industry. She has released several successful singles and has even won several awards.

Social Media

  • Instagram handle: @Queennaija
  • Twitter handle: @Queennaija
  • YouTube channel: Queen Naija

Discography

  • Medicine
  • Karma
  • Butterflies
  • War Cry
  • Away From You
  • Good Morning Text
  • Pack Lite
  • Lie To Me
  • Love Language
  • Biter
  • Set Him Up
  • Hate Our Love



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