Elizabeth olabanji blessing fast rising singer and guitarist popularly known as Lil Queenie took us on an adventurous journey of how she started her career in 2018.

ETV: where did you grow up ?

Queenie: I grew up in Lagos .

ETV: Who first believed in you ?

Queenie: My mummy   .

ETV: can you remember the first song you did ?

Queenie: Aje cover by diamond jimma ft Ortega(Just believe)

ETV: are you signed to any label ?

Queenie: No.

ETV:  what are the challenges you have faced so far as an artiste ?

Queenie: Going to show and not given the opportunity to perform to showcase my talent.

ETV: how do you relate with your male fans?

Queenie :I used to be friendly with them and give them the best they want from me like good song.

ETV: what is the inspiration behind your song “ile Aye” ?

Queenie: The inspiration about the song is knowing where I came from, how I can make it in life and its also about and telling people not be in haste in life because anything you want to do in this life you need to calm down, think about it before you do it.

ETV: what project(s) are you currently working on ?

Queenie: Working on two songs right now Rap song and love song
boss b*itchRap).

ETV: where do you see yourself in the next five years?

Queenie: I see myself in a very big way and am very sure this music will lead me to a very higher place.

ETV: what else do you engage in aside music?

Queenie : I play basket ball.

ETV: who is your role model?

Queenie: Simi, Tiwa Savage, Bukunmi Oluwashina, Asa.

ETV: can you please tell us who your celebrity crush is ?

Queenie: Kizz Daniel.

ETV: what advice do you have for aspiring female artistes?

Queenie: They should not let any male artiste molest them anyhow they like and they should not offer them their body in exchange for a record deal.

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