Project LIVE

Artist Case study: Queen Millz

She has been steadily releasing music since 2020, with hit songs like Money, Body & Shape, Little Things, Fendi, Pretty and Blowing, as well as her hit album, Causing a Scene which dropped in 2022.

She starred in a TV programme called MAXXX, performed at a BBCRadio1 weekend event, and has been busy collaborating with artists, from Jolliffe, Sigma, Diana Drill, Maniscooler, Lavida Loca and more.

Her most recent accolades include: being added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist, being featured on Female Plugged In 2023 Special, performing at SXSW Festival in Texas, being continuously played on BBC 1xtra, performing at a PRS HipHop show, performing at Reading & Leeds festival for the 2nd year and taking part in 1xtra & BBC Introducing rap cypher.

We can’t wait to see what Queen Millz will do next, and are thrilled that we were able to help her develop music journey.

Make sure you follow her @queenmillzofficial on all socials.

Queen Millz, is a buzzing singer, songwriter and rapper from Leicestershire, who took part in our 2nd round of Project: LIVE.

This project helped Queen Millz in many ways, from collaborating with musicians and other artists, and learning how to work with and direct a live band, which she is now able to do confidently.

Her most memorable learning experience was during the performance workshop with Decypher. The support and guidance from Decypher, helped Millz improve her performance skills immensely as well as her vocal ability, allowing her to transfer this knowledge into other aspects of her musical career.

Queen Millz also recognises the impact Project Live has had on her vocal stamina and endurance during her performances, making her more equipped for bigger stages and more confident in her skills.

Since finishing this project, she has continued to work with 2Funky Arts and has remained very consistent in her music career, currently gaining a lot of attention in the UK music scene.

She was a headliner for our 10th anniversary of Fesitva2Funky, as well as being involved in one mic, Voices for Mental Health, and our grime & trap sessions as an opening act.