Queen Naija is a YouTuber, singer, and songwriter born on October 17, 1995, in Detroit, Michigan, U.S. No information about her parents is publicly available, but her two younger siblings, Tina and Terrell, have a joint YouTube channel named after them. She met her future husband, Christopher Sails, at a high school basketball game in April 2013. Queen Naija broke into the music industry by making a name for herself on her YouTube channel where her viewership now runs in the millions. Let’s all come together to celebrate her birthday.
Queen Naija Bulls debut in the music industry was when she auditioned for the 13th season of the popular singing competition “American Idol” and made it to Hollywood Week. Unfortunately, she didn’t make it into the top 30. Following her “American Idol” run, Bulls created her YouTube channel, Queen Naija, where she posted vlogs and videos of her singing or doing her makeup.
She also worked with her husband, Christopher Sails, to establish a joint YouTube channel — Chris and Queen, which he managed. The two got married in 2017 and have a son named Chris. They, however, had a contentious divorce the following year, and Bulls expressed her emotions in ‘Medicine,’ released on December 31, 2017. It received over two million YouTube views in less than two weeks and garnered five million views just a month after its release. Following her divorce, Bulls focused her efforts on her YouTube career to amass over five million subscribers.
In July 2018, Bulls and her boyfriend Clarence White, with whom she shares a son named Legend, launched a new YouTube channel, Royal Family, featuring challenges, vlogs, storytime sessions, and family programming. She has also worked on covers and original songs with friends Armon and Trey. As of June 2020, their joint single ‘No Strings’ has reached 18 million views.
Queen Naija Bulls leaves a mark as a competitor on “American Idol” for its 13th season.
With her then-husband Christopher Sails, Bulls begins her career as a YouTuber.
After Chris is caught up in an infidelity scandal, the couple splits, and Bulls files for divorce.
Bulls releases “Queen Naija EP,” which debuts as number 26 on the Billboard 200 and tops the Apple Music R&B charts.
Why We Love Queen Naija
She’s a generous person
Despite all of her fame and fortune, Queen Bulls understands the need to give back in any way she can. In collaboration with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, she auctioned off some of the objects featured in her music videos.
She wants to inspire the world
In her song, ‘More Love,’ Bulls encourages listeners to spread love. Her lovely melodies will fill you with inspiration, encouragement, calm, and hope. This is precisely what the world needs right now.
She’s a passionate and loving wife
Bulls collaborated with her new boyfriend Clarence White and son C.J. to start a new YouTube channel called Royal Family, where they make family content. The second channel shows her passion for music doesn’t diminish her love for her family. Instead, it strengthens it by keeping her connected to those she cares about.
5 Surprising Facts
She’s scared of the dentist
Queen Bulls visited the dentist for the first time since she was a child in one of her vlogs.
She doesn't like horror movies
She believes that demonic spirits can emerge from the screen and into the room she’s in.
Her music’s popular
Three singles from her debut album, “Misunderstood,” are Certified Gold, meaning they’ve sold over 500,000 copies.
She’s a pet lover
During Christmas 2020, she purchased a puppy.
She loves to cook
Apart from making music, she spends a lot of time cooking for her family in her vlogs.
Queen Naija FAQs
Why is Queen Naija called Queen?
Queen Naija Bulls was named after her grandmother, “Queen.”
What kind of artist is Queen Naija?
She’s a contemporary R.&B. artist and songwriter with a soft voice.
Did Queen get her body done?
After giving birth to her second son, Legend, in 2019, Bulls underwent liposuction, a fat transfer, and a butt lift.
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