If you’re looking at the women of pop country then Kelsea Ballerini, Carrie Underwood and Maren Morris are out there in front right now. But look a little further back the field, and you’ll find Queeva racing up in the running to join them.
If you were there for her packed house performance during the 2023 CMA Fest at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon, then you’ll know exactly what to expect, and with over five million streams across platforms, she’s fast becoming the one to back this year.
Mixing a girl-next-door relatability with the emotional force of an imperious Las Vegas diva, Queeva is a pop country powerhouse singing from a songbook full of country gold.
Raised in Chicago, Queeva is a country phenomenon who began winning singing competitions at age seven and professionally recording at nine. Influenced by legends like Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton, she’s been busily carving out a space in country music ever since with her own distinct blend of classic country and pop hooks.
The next big step in the singer-songwriters musical journey comes with her new single ‘Blue’. Written by Queeva (Caoimhe McDonagh) and Luke Gage, the song finds the singer dealing with the fallout from a messy break up, just as the right one comes along and sweeps her off her feet.
“It is a song that holds a very special place in my heart, and I am so excited to finally release it,” Queeva told Holler. “It’s a song I wrote about finding someone who truly brings love and happiness into my life, and I think anyone can relate to it in their own way. The best things in life come when we least expect them, and ‘Blue’ is a personal reminder of that".
‘Blue’ by Queeva is premiering exclusively at Holler below.