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Mya discography

Mya discography

American singer Mya has released eight studio albums, one mixtape, five extended plays and sixty-one singles (including nine as a featured artists, seven promotional singles, and four charity singles). To date, Mya has sold over 20 million records worldwide. For the 2000s decade, Billboard listed her as one of their Hot 100 Artists of 2000s. According to Luminate, Mya has sold over 3.2 million albums in the United States. Additionally, she has sold seven million albums worldwide. As of 2023, the Recording Industry Association of America lists her total certified sales as a solo artists (including features) at five million in the United States.

In 1998, she released her certified platinum eponymous debut album. A commercial success, it produced her first U.S. gold certified top ten single "It's All About Me" featuring Sisqó and two more top forty pop hits, "Movin' On" and "My First Night with You." Her collaborative efforts – Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)" and "Take Me There" continued her streak of hit singles. The former a massive No.1 single topping the charts around the world. While the latter despite its higher peak position in the U.S. performed modesty globally. Her second studio album, Fear of Flying (2000), a multiplatinum success produced three charting singles – "The Best of Me," "Case of the Ex," and "Free." Her breakthrough single, "Case of the Ex" dominated the charts stateside and internationally. "Free," the album's third and final single performed similarly. A collaboration with reggae artist Beenie Man followed. "Girls Dem Sugar" garnered minor chart success domestically, however became a fairly modest hit worldwide. In 2001, she was featured on the Grammy Award-winning global massive No.1 hit single, "Lady Marmalade." The single earned Mya her first and to date only No.1 single in the United States, topping the Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks. By mid 2001, Harrison had amassed an impressive nine Top 10 hits and sold more than six million albums worldwide. Her next single, "Where the Dream Takes You," a tender pop ballad recorded for the soundtrack of the Disney's film Atlantis: The Lost Empire garnered poor reception from critics and media.

Following a brief absence, the singer returned with her third studio album, Moodring (2003). Released in July, another success, the album was certified gold by Recording Industry Association of America within two month. It was preceded by the album's first single – "My Love Is Like...Wo." "My Love Is Like...Wo" became a Top 20 hit on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. "Fallen," its follow-up performed modestly. In the midst of promoting Moodring, video game developer Electronic Arts had approached and requested Mya to write, produce and record a theme song for their new James Bond video game, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing. The result, "Everything or Nothing," a rave, techno-inspired song which was greeted with warm reception. Following a label change to Universal Motown, Harrison's often-delayed fourth studio album, Liberation (2007), – it would her last studio album under major label system – received a digital release in Japan only. It produced two singles – "Lock U Down" and "Ridin'." Both singles underperformed on the charts.

Since her departure from the major label system, she established her own record label Planet 9 and released eight projects – Sugar & Spice (2008), a Japan-exclusive album, Beauty & The Streets Vol.1 (2009), K.I.S.S. (Keep It Sexy & Simple) (2011), her most pop and club oriented album, a trio of R&B–rooted EPs – With Love (2014), Sweet XVI (2014), Love Elevation Suite (2015), the critically acclaim Grammy nominated Smoove Jones (2016) and T.K.O. (The Knock Out) (2018).

In between, during, and after recording those projects, she released a slew of standalone singles – "Love Is the Answer," NOH8 theme song, "G.M.O. (Got My Own)," "I Deserve It," "I'ma Do It," "Just Call My Name," "Forever My Love," "True Love," "You Got Me, Part II," "Space and Time," "Handsfree," "Without You," "Worth It," and "Whine."


Studio albums




As lead artist

As featured artist

Promotional singles

Album appearances

Soundtrack appearances

Giuseppe Zanotti Luxury Sneakers

See also

  • Mya videography
  • Mya filmography
  • List of Mya live performances
  • List of songs recorded by Mya



External links

  • — official site

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