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Urban Gospel Artist Queyonoh Inks Deal With United Alliance Music Group

By Firstladyb

FirstLadyB | Merging Faith and Pop Culture

Urban Gospel Artist Queyonoh Inks Deal With United Alliance Music Group
Urban Gospel artist-songwriter Queyonoh(pronounced “Queena”) is back!

She has made her return to the gospel music industry after a five-year recording hiatus and has signed a deal with newly launched Nashville-based record company, United Alliance Music Group (UAMG) in association with Sony/Orchard and New Day Distributors.

Urban Gospel Artist Queyonoh Inks Deal With United Alliance Music Group

The first release under Queyonoh’s new partnership is her current buzz single that she penned, entitled “Inevitable,” an urban-infused track produced by Mark Echols Jr., and Cameron Fletcher, and features guest rapper They Call Me Sauce. “Inevitable” is available now on all purchasing and streaming retailers (http://smarturl.it/Queyonoh).

Additionally, she is scheduled to release her sophomore album this year – the follow up to her debut album Tears For Fears.

About Queyonoh Kweh “Queena”:
Queyonoh Kweh, also known as “Queena”, is a Liberian American urban contemporary singer/songwriter who uses her musical style that blends soul, folk, urban gospel, and rhythm and blues.


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