Your Queen Is a Reptile is the third album by British jazz group Sons of Kemet.
The album title and sleeve notes refer to the British monarchy and how it does not represent black immigrants; "Your Queen is not our Queen She does not see us as human". Instead the track titles all refer to influential black women throughout history. The first woman, Ada Eastman, was Hutchings' great grandmother from Barbados.
Band leader Shabaka Hutchings wrote and plays saxophone on all tracks, Theon Cross plays tuba, and Seb Rochford and Tom Skinner play drums. It also features toaster Congo Natty and performance poet Josh Idehen.