QUEEN NAIJA LAUNCHES EBAY FOR CHARITY AUCTIONS TO BENEFIT ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S® RESEARCH HOSPITAL

R&B Star Auctions Off Items Seen In “missunderstood Diaries”

Multi-Platinum-certified singer/songwriter Queen Naija is giving fans an opportunity to own pieces from the set of her “missunderstood Diaries” videos. She’ll launch a total of 42 auctions today on eBay For Charity with one hundred percent of the proceeds going to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. View the listings HERE. Highlights include on-screen set pieces such as her green loveseat, purple fuzzy desk, handwritten diary, iMac and various posters. Most items are starting at $ 9.99 with no reserve. The auctions will end on Sunday, April 11.

After singing at the funeral of Lyric Chanel, a young girl who suffered from anaplastic ependymoma, Queen decided to team up with St. Jude, which is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. The “missunderstood Diaries” are videos that Queen made to accompany all 16 songs on her debut album, missunderstood. View the “missunderstood Diaries” HERE.

Hailed by The New York Times as “the first soul star of the social media generation,” Queen has already amassed over 2.5 billion combined global career streams. With the arrival of missunderstood last fall, the 24-year-old Detroit-area native cemented her status as one of R&B’s most compelling young stars. missunderstood entered Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart at No. 1 and charted in the top 10 of the Billboard 200.

The single “Butterflies Pt. 2” hit No. 1 on the Mediabase and BDS Urban AC charts, marking her third chart-topper at the format, following the 2x Platinum “Medicine” and “Karma,” which is certified Platinum. Lil Durk, Russ, Mulatto, Toosii, Jacquees, Lucky Daye, Kiana Ledé and Pretty Vee feature on missunderstood.

Flaunt said, “Equipped with a smooth and sultry voice and infectious energy, each one of her R&B ballads are real, honest, and relatable.” Essence Girls United noted, “Queen Naija’s album, missunderstood, touches the soul in a way that only Black music can.” “Queen Naija is, without question, who R&B heads should be checking for,” declared DJ Booth. Uproxx observed, “missunderstood lives to clarify who Queen Naija is and sonically represents why she’s here to stay for the long haul.”