Menneh Quetee was born in Liberia, and moved to the United States with her two children on a “Diversity Visa” and lived in Fort Wayne Indiana for several years, going to school and working as a hair dresser. She is a signed Gospel Singer in Liberia, and is working on her second national release as of the Summer of 2012. She contributed vocals for the Liberian Album as well as the Jamaican album before moving to New Jersey.
She travels the U.S. and over to Africa to perform, and continues to come back to Indiana to record in the Cloister.
In 2015, She was nominated Best New Artist in the Liberia Music Awards!
In 2017, She won Best Traditional artist in the Liberian Music Awards
In 2019, She Won Best Artist in the Liberian Mujsic Awards, however, declined the award. She also won a 2019 H.A.P.A. award (Hollywood African Prestige Awards)