Queen Naija Brings Her Soaring Vocals and Growing Baby Bump to NYC's S.O.B.'s

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New York’s SOB’s was at capability when R&B singer-songwriter Queen Naija​'s opening act Mod da God made his means by the hyperactive Birth of Queen Naija Tour viewers on Wednesday night time (Nov. 7).

His religious fanbase, SpicyGang, belted Bow Wow and Ciara's "Like You" lyrics after segueing into his personal monitor "Make Me Feel." Rapping a cappella, Mod da God amped his followers with the favored tune, "Free Crack / 600 Bandz," earlier than showcasing his footwork. "We household in right here, proper," he questioned the group.

"It's not solely as a result of it's New York. My household is within the constructing, and that is the primary present my mother has ever been to," Mod da God defined earlier than spitting verses from his dedication, "Dear Mama." A couple of followers grew to become teary-eyed as he detailed his mom's medical impediment. Closing with gratitude, Mod da God shared, "Every night time I pray to God that he give my momma well being. I'm a product of my momma. I didn't do it on my own."

A stressed venue didn't final the thirty-minute intermission with out chanting, "We need Queen Naija!" Security started parting show-goers to create a human fence across the starlet and her child bump's entrance. Before firing away on a notice, Queen Naija made a daring assertion: Sporting her accomplice's Designed by White clothes line, the Detroit native took the stage in a hoodie depicting President Obama flipping 45 the fowl. An keen fan yelled, "Please present the stomach," to a lot amusement.

Queen Naija's anthemic kiss-off to her ex-husband, "Karma," powered her set whereas her crowd lent her heavy help. Changing the vibe, the quilt artwork of her self-titled debut EP projected colorfully behind her. Naija leveled up on the melodic "Bad Boy," with the music's inspiration -- her present boyfriend -- standing onstage to the precise of her. "There is another person who made me do higher, y'all. Can you guess who it's?" she requested.

Applause ensued, and an emotional rendition of “Mama's Hand” inspired the dad and mom in attendance to profess unconditional love for his or her youngsters. Touched by the music’s sentiments, Naija soaked within the crowd’s reward. A mashup of Lil Duval's present radio smash “Smile (Living My Best Life)" transitioned into TLC's “No Scrubs,” then Drake's “In My Feelings” and Sam Smith's “Stay With Me," all of which had the group following Naija word-for-word. Dancing energetically, Naija swung her hair behind massive hoop earrings, including sass to her cowl medley of Miguel's “Sure Thing,” Beyoncé's, “Hold Up,” Alicia Keys’, “No One,” and Queen Bey's “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” By the time the medley was full, she appeared winded.

Holding her abdomen, she revealed, "Renzo is kicking. When this little one is out of my abdomen, we ain't enjoying no video games." Laughter ensued beneath her. "This subsequent [number] just isn't on my EP, but it surely has a superb message in it... hearken to the phrases, when you ever felt such as you weren't ok," she completed. Now seated behind a mic stand, Queen Naija belted out "Exclusive Girl," punctuating her vocal prowess. Still her cowl of Tory Lanez's, "Proud Family" impressed the night's highest degree of participation, as admirers reached overhead in an try to seize the very best angle of the singer-songwriter on their cell telephones.

Their YouTube channels every garner thousands and thousands of views, so Queen Naija's king, Clarence White, wanted no introduction when he sat behind her stage. On the ballad "Butterflies," she passionately serenaded her man for all to see. The second Queen Naija snatched a kiss, pandemonium broke free, creating the proper entryway for her most profitable single, but, "Medicine."

"Ladies, this the primary music I put out on YouTube. Sing this to your man when he's appearing up," she commanded, stretching her microphone to the viewers. Without hesitation, devotees yelled alongside, "Swear I can not win for dropping/ I been out right here being devoted/ I all the time bought this on lockdown/ But that ain't been retaining us steady," as if that they had been in her footwear earlier than. Crouching comfortably in her camo pants and Timberlands, Queen Naija peered at her feverish onlookers. 

"I've to do my job for God. I've a robust perception in God. I began singing in church." she affirmed. "I wrote a gospel music about 4 years in the past after I bought kicked off American Idol. I didn't need to sing anymore, so I simply began writing music." Her pianist performed the hymnal, "War Cry," and the tune proved to be simply that for Queen Naija. But, quite than shut in music, the final providing from the artist was as a substitute, a blessing.

"God gave me my present. What type of particular person would I be to not give him glory? I do that at each present if y'all don't know already," she cued. Some followers started to affix palms. "This world is loopy, particularly in New York," Queen Naija professed, whereas her bandmates bowed their heads, as her present concluded in a personalised prayer.