Project LIVE

Artist Case study: Queen Millz


Queen Millz also recognises the impact this has had on her vocal stamina and endurance during performances, giving her more confidence when performing.

Since finishing the project Queen Millz has been busy building her artistry, music and completing her studies at university. 

She has had many local gigs, appearing on the line-up for Festival2Funky and BBC introducing East Midlands. She also recently featured on BBC news, BBC 5LIVE and ITV, talking about issues surrounding the Leicester Lockdown.

Her new track ‘Fendi’ is out now, and Queen Millz boasts over 48k followers on her Instagram channel.

Due to star in a new TV programme on Hulu called MAXXX and working on exciting new collaborations…. Queen Millz is one to watch!

Check out Queen Millz on social media @queenmillzofficial

Queen Millz, a fresh upcoming artist with heaps of charisma, took part in our 2nd round of Project: LIVE.

This project helped Queen Millz in many ways. The main change she states is the learning and experience she gained from working with a live band. She also loved collaborating with the musicians and other artists.

Queen Millz studied Music at University and says that the Project: LIVE experience helped her interact with fellow musicians on her course and within her assignments. She also states she is now able to direct a band with confidence, which helps her build her performance and set lists.

Queen Millz also talks about the improvement surrounding her performance and vocals. She says that her most memorable learning experience came from the performance workshop with Decypher. This experience has not only improved her performance skills immensely, but has transferred into other aspects of her musical career, driving her in the direction she wants to go.