Qveen Herby is the "bad bitch" rapper reinvention of Amy Noonan, known for her duo Karmin with her husband Nick. Karmin got their start when they posted a cover
of the Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne collaboration Look at Me Now
on YouTube with Amy doing the verses of all three rappers. Truly striking was how she handled Busta's section, keeping up with the flow and pronouncing every word clearly. The video went viral, and Karmin took a deal with Epic Records, one of many labels the came courting. After four years on Epic, they left in 2014 to go independent. In 2017, they announced the end of Karmin and the beginning of Qveen Herby, with Nick taking a background role as producer. They released music every few months in the form of 5-song EPs; "Busta Rhymes," a throwback to the video that first made them famous, is on their first EP.