Mýa is the debut studio album by American singer Mýa. It was released on April 21, 1998, by University Music Entertainment and Interscope Records. Recording of the album was overseen by University Records CEO Haaq Islam after he signed the singer when she was 15. Production was primarily handled by Darryl "Day" Pearson with additional contributions from Daryl Simmons, Alex "Cat" Cantrall and Nokio the N-Tity
Mya's eponymous debut is a smooth, sultry collection of well-crafted contemporary urban soul that is actually richer than the average urban record the late '90s. Part of its success lies with the teenage Mya, who has a voice that is at once innocent and knowing, and part of it lies with her excellent team of producers and songwriters. That's because many of the songs on the record are loosely about a teenager becoming a woman, which is a subject Mya can convincingly sell. There are a few weak moments, to be sure, but overall it's a thoroughly promising debut.
Mýa discography - Mýa discography Mýa attending the Susan G. Komen s 8th Annual Fashion For The Cure event in Hollywood, CA in September 2009.
Mya is the self-titled debut album by Mya. The album was released on April 21, 1998 on Interscope Records. She was signed to the label by Haaq Islam when she was 16 years old. Once Mya was signed, she began recording her album which began in 1997 and ended in 1998. The album was recorded at the Silent Sound Studios in Atlanta, Georgia and The Record Plant in Los Angeles, California.
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Liberation (Mýa album). Liberation is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Mýa Harrison. It was intended to be Harrison's debut release with her then new record label Universal Motown following her departure from Interscope in 2005. Before leaving, she had begun work on an album for Interscope called Control Freak set for a summer release 2005 with production by a host of other producers.
In 2003, Mýa released her third album; Moodring. It peaked at on the Billboard 200 and featured a range of new sounds such as techno, pop rock, and soul. In 2005, Mýa left A&M Records in exchange for Universal Motown. Later in 2007, she released he album Liberation, but only in Japan. In 2008, she left Universal Motown and moved to Japanese record label, Manhattan Records. There, she released her fifth studio album Sugar & Spice. Later on she founded her own record label and released the album . Keep It Sexy & Simple in 2011(in both the US and Japan).
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|1||What Cha Say|
|3||Baby It's Yours|
|4||Keep On Lovin' Me|
|5||It's All About Me|
|6||If You Died I Wouldn't Cry Cause You Never Loved Me Anyway|
|7||We're Gonna Make Ya Dance|
|8||If You Were Mine|
|10||Anytime You Want Me|
|11||Don't Be Afraid|
|12||My First Night With You|
|13||Movin' On (Remix)
Featuring – Silkk The Shocker
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Interscope Records
- Copyright (c) – Interscope Records
- Executive-Producer – A. Haqq Islam*
NotesTrack 13, not shown on cover but is on the Disc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 244343070000
- Barcode (printed): 244343070000
|INTSD-90166||Mýa*||Mya (CD, Album)||Interscope Records||INTSD-90166||Canada||1998|
|IND 90014||Mya||Mya (CD, Album)||Interscope Records||IND 90014||Europe||1999|
|INTD-90166||Mýa*||Mýa (CD, Album)||Interscope Records, University Music Entertainment||INTD-90166||US||1998|
|INTSD-90166||Mýa*||Mya (Cass, Album, Club)||Interscope Records||INTSD-90166||US||1998|
|INTC-90166||Mýa*||Mýa (Cass, Album)||Interscope Records, University Music Entertainment||INTC-90166||US||1998|