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Mýa From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Mýa Background information Birth name Mýa Marie Harrison Born October 10, 1979 (1979-10-10) (age 29) Washington, D.C., United States Genre(s) R&B, Hip Hop, Soul, Pop Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, record producer, actress, dancer, choreographer Voice type(s) Mezzo-soprano Years active 1998–present Label(s) Interscope, Motown, Manhattan Associated acts Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Pink, Missy Elliott, Dru Hill, Silkk the Shocker, Sisqó Website www.MyaMya.com Mýa Marie Harrison (born October 10, 1979), professionally known as Mýa or Mýa Harrison, is an American R&B singer-songwriter, record producer, actress, dancer, and choreographer. Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Harrison's eponymous debut album with Interscope Records was released in April 1998, and sold over a million copies in the United States, producing the gold-certified top ten single "It's All About Me" featuring Sisqo. Her second studio album, platinum-selling Fear of Flying, was released in 2000 and became a success stateside and worldwide, with lead single "Case of the Ex" becoming Mýa's breakthrough hit, reaching number-one on the Australian Singles Chart. A year after, Harrison won her first Grammy Award for the worldwide number-one hit "Lady Marmalade," a cover version she recorded alongside Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, and Pink for the soundtrack of the film Moulin Rouge! (2001). The singer's third album Moodring was released in July 2003 stateside and eventually certified gold by the RIAA. Following several label changes, Mýa's often-delayed fourth studio album, Liberation (2007), received a download-release in Japan only and led to her 2008 Japan-exclusive album Sugar & Spice. Having expanded her career to acting and product endorsement, Harrison has appeared in films such as Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004), Shall We Dance? (2004) and Cursed (2005). In 2002, she had a supporting role in the film adaptation of the 1975 Broadway musical Chicago, for which she won a Screen Actors Guild Award. Contents [hide] 1 Early Life 2 Recording Career 2.1 1997–1999: Mýa (debut album) 2.2 2000–2001: Fear of Flying 2.3 2002–2003: Moodring 2.4 2004—2008: Liberation and Sugar & Spice 3 Discography 4 Tours 5 Filmography 6 Awards and nominations 7 References 8 External links  Early Life Mýa was born in Washington DC to Theresa, an accountant, and Sherman Harrison, a musician and singer. She was later deported to the U.S and raised in Glenn Dale, Maryland and graduated from Eleanor Roosevelt High School.Her father is Jamaican and her mother is Italian.  Recording Career  1997–1999: Mýa (debut album) Mýa released her self-titled, double-platinum debut album, Mýa, on April 22, 1998. The album featured the massively successful singles "It's All About Me", "Movin' On", and "My First Night with You". The album's lead single "It's All About Me", a duet with fellow R&B singer Sisqó produced her first top ten hit and was certified gold on June 4, 1998. The album produced two more top forty hits "Movin' On", and "My First Night with You". Within the next six months Mýa's self titled debut was certified platinum on October 1, 1998. The album garnered Mýa two Soul Train Music Award nominations for Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist and Best R&B/Soul Album - Female. In addition to her solo work, Mýa was also a featured artist with Ol' Dirty Bastard on Pras' 1998 Grammy Award-nominated hit, "Ghetto Superstar", from the Bulworth soundtrack and "Take Me There" from The Rugrats Movie soundtrack, with Blackstreet and Mase.  2000–2001: Fear of Flying "'Fear Of Flying' is a metaphor for the ups and downs of life. It's about handling things like an adult, knowing you must have faith to make anything happen." —Mýa, Billboard On April 25, 2000, Mýa released her second album titled, Fear of Flying. The album debut at number fifteen on the Billboard 200 chart with first week sales of 72,000 copies. Upon initial release, the album seemed to be suffering from the dreaded sophomore slump. The album's lead single, "The Best of Me", featuring Jadakiss, was a dreamy midtempo tune that relies on Mýa's throaty inflections. The song was a hit at urban radio but did not crossover to mainstream radio. "The Best of Me", one of the better pop songs of 2000, under-performed on the charts, not even making it into the pop Top 40. The album's second single, the confrontational "Case of the Ex" was a dance-heavy jam with attitude; on it, Mýa confronts her man about an old lover who will not go away.
"Case of the Ex" became Mýa's breakthrough hit reaching number two on the Billboard Hot 100, number three on the UK Singles Chart, and number one on the Australian Singles Chart. With the success of "Case of the Ex", Interscope re-released Fear of Flying on November 7, 2000 with a revised tracklisting containing two new songs, including the third single "Free". (which was previously on the Bait soundtrack) and a new track titled "Again and Again". "Free" was even more pop-friendly and became quite successful on MTV's TRL and pop radio. Fear of Flying, landed Mýa a Soul Train Music Award nomination for R&B/Soul album in 2001. Eventually Fear of Flying went platinum on March 28, 2001 selling more than 1.2 million copies in the U.S. Although Fear of Flying was received with mixed reviews, the album still became a huge commercial success for Mýa launching her career into superstardom. Fear of Flying hit nearly as hard as Mýa's debut, remaining on Billboard 200 for a combine 52 weeks. In May 2001, Mýa collaborated with Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, and Pink on a remake of Labelle's 1974 hit "Lady Marmalade". The track was produced by hip hop producers Missy Elliott and Rockwilder and was featured in Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge!. The single sold 5.5 million copies, becoming the most successful airplay-only single in history. The song's success was driven by its sexually suggestive video, which featured the four singers dressed in burlesque outfits. Pink and Mýa later described that the immodest concept almost prevented the video from being filmed; nonetheless, the video was a huge hit on MTV, VH1, and MTV2, and collected several MTV Video Music Awards nominations in 2001. The song was also one of the year's biggest at pop, rhythmic, and even adult top 40. Mýa alongside Aguilera, Lil' Kim, and Pink not only performed at the Grammy Awards, but also won for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. "Lady Marmalade" went on to collect numerous awards including two MTV Video Music Awards for Video of the Year and Best Video from a Film.  2002–2003: Moodring After the release and success of Fear of Flying, Mýa began to dabble in acting with a supporting role in the 2002 Academy Award-winning musical film, Chicago, in which she would win a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance. In the following years, she continued appearing in films such as Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004), Shall We Dance? (2004), and Cursed (2005). In 2004, Mýa appeared as a Bond girl in the video game James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing; she also sang the video game's theme song, "Everything or Nothing". Mýa also went on to become a spokesperson for the Coca Cola company with labelmate Common with their ad campaign Real Compared to What. In July 2003, Mýa released her third studio album, Moodring. In the U.S., it peaked at number three on the Billboard 200 selling more than 113,000 in its first week of sales, making it Mýa's highest first week sales ever. The first single, the Missy Elliott-produced "My Love Is Like...Wo," became a top twenty hit in the U.S. due to its success on mainstream radio. The video featured Mýa acting as a "one-woman circus", performing various circus tricks throughout the song, and was nominated for two MTV Video Music Awards. The album's second single, "Fallen", was not as successful but reached the top forty on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. In 2003, Mýa posed for Maxim magazine; her pictorial is featured on their Girls of Maxim gallery. She was also a model for King magazine. Mýa has also appeared in various print ads. She signed a six figure contract with Ford Modeling Agency in 2005.  2004—2008: Liberation and Sugar & Spice Mýa had been working on her fourth studio album on and off since 2004. Originally conceived as a project called Control Freak, the album's first version was actually scheduled for a mid-2005 release and involving main production by Scott Storch, Dr. Dre, Lil Jon, Rockwilder and songwriter Sean Garrett. Although she intended to release a dance track called "Let It Go" at a particular time, the singer eventually decided to leave her management and A&M Records in fall 2005 before signing a new contract with Motown Records. Mýa began consulting a few other producers to collaborate on the album, renamed Liberation, and in mid-2006, a buzz track entitled "Ayo!" was released onto the internet. Due to time-consuming "litigations, court, transitioning from label to label, teaching kids [at the Mya Art & Tech Foundation] and building a [recording] studio" however, the song was never picked up as a single and the album's release was pushed back again. In March 2007, the album's actual lead single "Lock U Down", a Scott Storch-produced collaboration with Lil Wayne, was sent to radio. After its commercial failure, a second single entitled "Ridin'" was released, but as the song saw minor success on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart only, Liberation was delayed once more and eventually bumped from the U.S. schedule. As a result, the album was never released physically anywhere but in Japan. In 2008, Mýa parted ways with Motown and contracted with a Japanese label, Manhattan Records. Having worked on new material since mid-2007, her fifth studio Sugar & Spice received a Japan-wide in December 2008. Composed of production by less known producers, the album produced a new version of her single "Fallen," a cover of Diana King's hit "Shy Guy," as well as the first and final single "Paradise." Mya is currently working on her 6th studio album due this summer and to be released on her own independent label, entitled Planet 9.  Discography Main article: Mýa discography 1998: Mýa 2000: Fear of Flying 2003: Moodring 2007: Liberation 2008: Sugar & Spice  Tours 1998: Smokin' Groove Tour 1999: Lilith Fair Tour 2000: MTV European Tour 2001: House of Blues Tour 2003: House of Blues Tour 2007: Seagrams Live Tour 2007: BET Black College Tour  Filmography Year Title Role 1999 In Too Deep Loretta 2002 Chicago' Mona 2003 Volcano High Yu Cha-i 2004 Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Lola Martinez Hip Hop All Stars Herself Shall We Dance? Vern's Fiancée 2005 Cursed Jenny Tate NCIS:Pop Life Episode Samantha/Jade King 2006 Swap Meet Katrina Ways of the Flesh Valerie 2007 The Metrosexual Jessica 2008 Cover Cynda Love For Sale Kiely Penthouse Mitra  Awards and nominations Year Award 1998 Soul Train Music Award nomination for Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist Soul Train Music Award nomination for Best R&B/Soul Album - Female (Mýa). MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Video from a Film ("Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)") MTV Video Music Award nomination for Rap Video of the Year ("Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)") Grammy Award nomination for Best Rap Performance by Vocal Group ("Ghetto Supastar") 1999 Lady of Soul nomination for Best Music Video ("Movin' On") 2000 Soul Train Music Award nomination for Best R&B/Soul Album - Female (Fear of Flying) 2001 Billboard Video Award win ("Lady Marmalade") MTV Video Music Award win for Best Video of the Year ("Lady Marmalade") MTV Video Music Award win for Best Video from a Film ("Lady Marmalade") MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Dance Video ("Lady Marmalade") MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Pop Video ("Lady Marmalade") MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Choreography ("Lady Marmalade") MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Art Direction ("Lady Marmalade") VH1 Music Awards win for Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Just My Video ("Lady Marmalade") VH1 Music Awards win for My Favorite Video ("Lady Marmalade") Radio Music Awards win for Song of the Year Top 40 Pop Radio ("Lady Marmalade") MOBO nomination for Best Album (Fear of Flying) Teen Choice Awards win for Choice Song Of The Summer ("Lady Marmalade") TMF Awards-Belgium win for Best Video of the Year ("Lady Marmalade") TMF Awards-Netherlands win for Best Video of the Year ("Lady Marmalade") 2002 ALMA Awards win for Outstanding Song In A Motion Picture Soundtrack ("Lady Marmalade") ASCAP Pop Music Awards win ("Lady Marmalade") BMI Award win ("Lady Marmalade") Channel Thailand Music Video Awards win ("Lady Marmalade") Grammy Award win for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals ("Lady Marmalade") MTV Japan Video Music Award win ("Lady Marmalade") MVPA Video Award win for Best Styling In A Video ("Lady Marmalade") 2003 MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Dance Video ("My Love is Like..Wo") MTV Video Music Award nomination for Best Choreography in a Video ("My Love is Like..Wo") Screen Actors Guild Award win for Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture ("Chicago"). Phoenix Film Critics Society Award nomination for Best Acting Ensemble ("Chicago"). Broadcast Film Critics Association Award win for Best Acting Ensemble ("Chicago"). 2005 MTV Movie Award nomination for Best Frightened Performance ("Cursed"). 2006 11th Annual Palm Beach International Film Festival win for Cross Over Award (from singer to actress)  References ^ a b c d "Mýa - Timeline". Rock on the Net. http://www.rockonthenet.com/artists-m/mya.htm. Retrieved on 2009-04-10. ^ "MTV's SoundTRack". Billboard. http://soundtrack.mtv.com/Post/Mya--Sugar--Spice-Japan-Release/0BEE8FFFF0187BF54000800AB8251. Retrieved on 2009-04-10. ^ [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0616550/awards "Awards for Mya"]. IMDb. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0616550/awards. Retrieved on 2009-04-11. ^ Top Music Charts - Hot 100 - Billboard 200 - Music Genre Sales ^ "Lady Marmalade" from Moulin Rouge Makes History ^ Mya Photos, Mya Videos, Mya News on Maxim.com: ^ Reid, Shaheem (2005-02-25). "Mýa Is Murderous Onscreen And A Control Freak On Record". MTV News. VH1. http://www.vh1.com/artists/news/1497494/20050225/mya.jhtml. Retrieved on 2007-05-19. ^ "For The Record". MTV News. 2005-06-16. http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1504328/20050617/kid_rock.jhtml. Retrieved on 2007-05-19. ^ Rodriguez, Jayson (2006-09-21). "Mya Gives Up Grudges And Ego". MTV News. VH1. http://www.vh1.com/artists/news/1541356/20060920/mya.jhtml. Retrieved on 2007-05-19. ^ a b Concepcion, Mariel. "Mya 'Liberated' On New Album With Storch, Cox". Billboard. http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1003574635. Retrieved on 2007-05-19. ^ "Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (2007-08-11)". Billboard. http://www.billboard.biz/bbbiz/charts/search/detailed_chart_display.jsp?g=s&cd=Aug-11-2007&f=Hot_R&B/Hip-Hop_Songs&model.chartId=3085481. Retrieved on 2009-04-11. ^ Bass, Andrew (2007-08-15). "Interview: Mya, R&B Sensation". Assoicated Content. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/08/30/entertainment/main1948497.shtml. Retrieved on 2008-10-29. ^ Nero, Mark Edward (2007-01-01). "2007 R&B Music Preview". About.com. http://randb.about.com/od/top5lists/ss/2007Preview_8.htm. Retrieved on 2008-10-29.  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Mýa Official website Mýa at Allmusic Mýa at the Internet Movie Database [show]v • d • eMýa Studio albums Mýa (1998) · Fear of Flying (2000) · Moodring (2003) · Liberation (2007) · Sugar & Spice (2008) Tours Smokin' Groove Tour (1998) · Lilith Fair Tour (1999) · MTV European Tour (2000) · House of Blues Tour (2001) · House of Blues Tour (2003) · Seagrams Live Tour (2007) Filmography In Too Deep (1999) · Chicago (2002) · Volcano High (2000) · Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004) · Shall We Dance? (2004) · Cursed (2005) · Swap Meet (2006) · Ways of The Flesh (2006) · The Metrosexual (2007) · Cover (2007) · Love for Sale (2008) Related topics Discography · Awards and nominations · Interscope Records · Universal Motown · Manhattan Records [show]v • d • eMýa singles discography Mýa "It's All About Me" (1998) · "Movin' On" (1998) · "My First Night with You" (1999) Fear of Flying "The Best of Me" (2000) · "Case of the Ex" (2000) · "Free" (2001) Moodring "My Love Is Like...Wo" (2003) · "Fallen" (2003) Liberation "Lock U Down" (2007) · "Ridin'" (2007) Sugar & Spice "Paradise" (2008) Promotional "Ayo!" (2006) Soundtracks "Lady Marmalade" (2001) · "My Bra" (2007) Collaborations "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)" (1998) · "Take Me There" (1999) · "Somebody like Me" (1999) · "Girls Dem Sugar" (2000) · "Sugar Daddy" (2005) · "No Matter What They Say" (2006) · "I Will Give It All to You" (2007) · "Tired" (2008) Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%BDa" Categories: 1978 births | Actors from Maryland | African American actors | African American female singer-songwriters | American dancers | American film actors | American pop singers | American rhythm and blues singer-songwriters | American vegans | Grammy Award winners | English-language singers | Italian-American musicians | Living people | Motown Records artists | Musicians from Maryland | Musicians from Washington, D.C. | People from Prince George's County, Maryland
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