Conya Doss (born in Cleveland, Ohio) is an American R&B and soul singer-songwriter and record producer. She is known as "The Queen of Indie Soul".
In 2001, Conya Doss started her own recording label Conya Doss Songs and began recording her first album. In 2002, Doss released her first singles "Good Good" and "Coffee" which were followed by the release of her first album, entitled "A Poem About Ms. Doss". Followed in November 2004, she released her sophomore album "Just Because". In 2006, she released her third album "Love Rain Down". In May 2008, Doss released her lead single "What I'd Do". In April 2008, Doss released her fourth studio album, entitled "Still...". The album also spawned a second single "It's Over", which listed her for iTunes' "Best R&B Indie Track". In September 2010, Doss released her fifth album "Blu Transition". In April 2012, she released her sixth album "A Pocketful of Purpose".