Queyonoh Inks Deal with United Alliance Music Group and Releases "Inevitable"


Urban Gospel artist-songwriter Queyonoh(pronounced "Queena"), has made her return to the gospel music industry after a five-year recording hiatus and has signed a deal with newly launched Nashville-based record company,United Alliance Music Group (UAMG) in association with Sony/Orchard and New Day Distributors.

UAMG will provide, world-class A&R, consulting, marketing, mastering, publishing assistance, radio promotion and publicity powered by The J. Hardy Agency, LLC. All current and upcoming new titles will be available to the Christian marketplace exclusively through New Day Distributors. Mainstream and Digital distribution are being provided by Sony/Orchard,

The first release under Queyonoh's new partnership is her current buzz single that she penned, entitled "Inevitable," an urban-infused track produced by Mark Echols Jr., and Cameron Fletcher, and features guest rapper They Call Me Sauce. "Inevitable" is available now on all purchasing and streaming retailers (

Additionally, Queyonoh is scheduled to release her sophomore album this year - the follow up to her debut album Tears For Fears.

Current UAMG artists include Jeklayn CarrTitus Showers, CMT "Music City" cast star Jessica MackJoe PaceLamar Campbell and many more. For more information on UAMG, please visit

About Queyonoh Kweh "Queena": 
Queyonoh Kweh, also known as "Queena", is a Liberian American urban contemporary singer/songwriter who uses her musical style that blends soul, folk, urban gospel, and rhythm and blues. A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Queena, is set to release her forthcoming sophomore project in 2019, five years after she released her debut album Tears 4 Fears in 2013.

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