In 1996, she joined the Calabash Band but left it the next year to join the R&B group Destinee and in 1997 she joined a band called Black Ice. She turned solo and released her first single "Sitaki" (featuring K-South) in the end of 1998, produced by Samawati Studios.
Mercy Myra was part of the Divas of The Nile supergroup, that featured four Kenyan female musicians. The others were Suzzana Owiyo, Achieng Abura and Princess Jully. The group performed at the Festival Mundial in 2007.
Her boyfriend Malimo Chahonyo Andega is a Kenyan hip hop musician using the stage name Attitude.
- Taba Samu (2001)
- Nyisri Malong'o (2003)
- 2003 Kisima Music Awards - R&B Artist of the Year
- 2004 Kisima Music Awards - Female Artist of the Year
- Tom Parkinson, Matt Phillips, Will Gourlay: Lonely Planet - Kenya. 6th edition, Lonely Planet Country Guide Series, 2006 ISBN 1-74059-743-5
- True Blaq Entertainment: Featured Artist - Mercy Myra
- Fly Global Music, September 29, 2004: Festival of the Dhow Countries, Zanzibar
- Sarakasi Trust: Annual Report 2007
- The Standard, March 28, 2009: The International Connection
- Eafricainfocus.com, July 10, 2009: Msanii awards honor Kenyan artists
- The Standard, January 29, 2010: Rapper Attitude back with Attitude
- Binyavanga Wainaina: Kwani? 1 Kwani Archive Online, 2003.ISBN 9966983600
- Kora Awards Nominees 2003
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