Mýa discography

American singer and actress Mýa began her career in the late 1990s. Her discography includes eight studio albums, one mixtape, three extended plays, twenty-eight singles, including ten as a featured artist, seventeen soundtrack appearances and thirty music videos on her former record labels Interscope, Universal Motown, Manhattan Recordings and Young Empire Music Group. Harrison has charted twelve entries on Billboard's Hot 100 and attained one number-one single, three top ten hits, six top twenty hits, and eight top forty hits altogether. According to Billboard magazine and Nielsen SoundScan, Mýa has sold over 3.2 million albums in the United States alone.[1] As of October 2009, she has sold seven million albums worldwide.[2] In December 2009, Billboard listed her at the 97th position on their Hot 100 Artists of 2000s.[3]

Mýa discography
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Mýa in July 2018.
Studio albums8
Music videos30
EPs3
Singles28
Mixtapes1
Soundtrack appearances17

Initially, signed to Interscope records, Harrison's eponymous debut album was released in April 1998 and certified platinum in the United States.[4] A critical and commercial success, it produced the gold-certified top-ten single "It's All About Me" featuring Sisqó and two more top forty hits, "Movin' On" and "My First Night with You".[5] Additionally in 1998, Harrison was invited to make vocal guest appearances on subsequent singles, "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)" and "Take Me There" which attained international chart success. The former became a massive worldwide number-one hit; while the latter, despite peaking higher in the US, became a modest hit worldwide, reaching the top ten in only a few countries. Her second studio album, Fear of Flying (2000), a multiplatinum success,[6] was released two years later and attained international chart success as well, spawning her global breakthrough single "Case of the Ex" which did exceptionally well on the charts and a late blooming modest hit "Free." A collaboration with reggae artist Beenie Man followed. While "Girls Dem Sugar" garnered minor chart success domestically, it became a fairly modest hit worldwide. In 2001, Harrison collaborated with recording artists Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, and Pink on Missy Elliott's Grammy Award-winning number-one song "Lady Marmalade", a cover version recorded for the soundtrack of the film Moulin Rouge! (2001). The song became a worldwide number-one hit.[5] By mid 2001, Harrison had already 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.[7][8]

The singer's third studio album, Moodring, was released in July 2003 and certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America two months later.[4] A minor success in international music markets, it produced two singles, which included the top-twenty hit "My Love Is Like...Wo".[5] In the midst of promoting Moodring, video game developers Electronic Arts had approached and requested Harrison to write and record a theme song for the 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.[9] Following a hiatus and a label change to Universal Motown, Harrison's often-delayed fourth studio album, Liberation (2007), received a digital release in Japan only and led to her 2008 Japan-exclusive album Sugar & Spice, released on Manhattan Records. In 2009, while participating on Dancing With the Stars, she released her first official mixtape on her own independent label, Planet 9, and Young Empire Music Group entitled Beauty & The Streets Vol.1.[10]

In early 2011, Mýa released two new singles, internationally, "Fabulous Life" was released in Japan. It was the first single lifted from her second Japan studio album titled, K.I.S.S. (Keep It Sexy & Simple). In North America, the NOH8 campaign theme song "Love Is the Answer." K.I.S.S. (Keep It Sexy & Simple) was released on April 20, 2011.[11][12][13][14] Approximately, eight months later, Harrison released a North American edition of K.I.S.S. on December 20, 2011 digitally via iTunes through her own label imprint Planet 9.[15] The album was supported with five digitally released singles: "Earthquake", "Somebody Come Get This Bitch", "Mr. Incredible", "Mess Up My Hair", and "Evolve".

In 2014, Mýa released a four track Valentine's Day EP entitled With Love to commemorate the release of her debut single "It's All About Me" and sixteenth anniversary in the entertainment industry via iTunes.[16] Two months later, Harrison released her second EP entitled Sweet XVI to commemorate the release of her self-titled debut album Mýa (1998). In 2015, Harrison released a second Valentine's Day EP Love Elevation Suite to commemorate her seventeenth anniversary in the entertainment industry via iTunes. On February 14, 2016, Mýa released her seventh independent studio project (twelfth overall), Smoove Jones, which received a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Album. In April 2018, Mýa released her eighth studio album (thirteenth overall), TKO (The Knock Out) to honor the twentieth anniversary of her debut album, Mýa (1998).

AlbumsEdit

Studio albumsEdit

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
US
[17]
US R&B
[18]
AUS
[19]
CAN
[20]
JPN
[21]
NZ
[22]
SWI
[23]
UK
[24]
Mýa 29 13
Fear of Flying
  • Released: April 25, 2000
  • Label: Interscope
  • Formats: CD, LP
15 7 28 39 39 33 81
Moodring
  • Released: July 22, 2003
  • Label: A&M/Interscope
  • Formats: CD, LP
3 2 74 25 53
Liberation
Sugar & Spice 53
K.I.S.S. (Keep It Sexy & Simple)
  • Released: April 20, 2011
  • Label: Manhattan/Planet 9
  • Formats: CD, digital download
74 61
Smoove Jones
  • Released: February 14, 2016
  • Label: Planet 9
  • Formats: CD, digital download
30
TKO (The Knock Out)
  • Released: April 20, 2018
  • Label: Planet 9/The Orchard
  • Formats: CD, digital download
"—" denotes did not chart, or was not released.

MixtapesEdit

List of mixtapes with selected chart positions
Title Details Peak chart positions
US
R&B

[18]
Beauty & the Streets Vol. 1 55

EPsEdit

List of extended plays with selected chart positions
Title Details
With Love
Sweet XVI
  • Released: April 21, 2014
  • Label: Planet 9
  • Format: Digital download
Love Elevation Suite
  • Released: February 14, 2015
  • Label: Planet 9
  • Format: Digital download

SinglesEdit

As lead artistEdit

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[30]
US
R&B

[31]
AUS
[32]
CAN
[33]
GER
[34]
IRL
[35]
NL
[36]
NZ
[37]
SWI
[38]
UK
[24]
1998 "It's All About Me"
(featuring Sisqó)
6 2 76 13 Mýa
"Movin' On"
(featuring Silkk The Shocker)
34 4 11
1999 "My First Night with You" 28 28
"Take Me There"
(with BLACKstreet featuring Ma$e and Blinky Blink)
14 10 21 58 9 22 1 7 The Rugrats Movie
2000 "The Best of Me"
(featuring Jadakiss)
50 14 26 75 64 Fear of Flying
"Best of Me, Part 2"
(featuring Jay-Z)
55 Backstage: A Hard Knock Life
"Case of the Ex" 2 10 1 14 39 12 8 17 72 3 Fear of Flying
2001 "Free" 42 52 4 66 35 41 76 11
"Lady Marmalade"
(with Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim & Pink)
1 43 1 17 1 1 2 1 1 1 Moulin Rouge!
2003 "My Love Is Like...Wo" 13 17 25 73 36 33 33 Moodring
"Fallen" 51 35
2007 "Lock U Down"
(featuring Lil' Wayne)
[A] Liberation
"Ridin'" 58
2008 "Paradise" Sugar & Spice
2015
"Welcome to My World" Smoove Jones
"Team You"
2017 "Coolin'"
"Ready for Whatever" TKO (The Knock Out)
"Ready, Part II"
2018 "You Got Me"
"Damage"
"Knock You Out"
"G.M.O. (Got My Own)"
(featuring Tink)
Non-album single
2019 "With You"
(featuring MyGuyMars)
TKO (The Knock Out)
"Down"
"Open"
(featuring GoldLink)
2020 "You Got Me, Part II" Non-album singles
"Space and Time"[46]
"—" denotes did not chart, or was not released.

As featured artistEdit

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[30]
US
R&B

[31]
AUS
[32]
CAN
[33]
GER
[34]
IRL
[35]
NL
[36]
NZ
[37]
SWI
[38]
UK
[24]
1998 "Ghetto Supastar"
(Pras featuring Ol' Dirty Bastard & Mýa)
15 8 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 Bulworth and Ghetto Superstar
1999 "Somebody Like Me"
(Silkk the Shocker featuring Mýa)
[B] 43 Made Man
"J.O.B"
(Foxy Brown featuring Mýa)
[C] Chyna Doll
2000 "Girls Dem Sugar"
(Beenie Man featuring Mýa)
54 16 13 Art and Life
2003 "What More Can I Give"
(with Michael Jackson and other artists)
charity single
"Thin Line"
(Jurassic 5 featuring Mýa)
Power in Numbers
2005 "Sugar Daddy"
(Cuban Link featuring Mýa)
Chain Reaction
"Forever in Our Hearts"
(with Music for Relief)
charity single
2006 "No Matter What They Say"
(Penelope Jones featuring Mýa)
N/A
2007 "I Will Give It All to You"
(Vlad Topalov featuring Mýa)
Odinokaya Zvezda
2010 "We Are the World 25 for Haiti"
(with Artists for Haiti)
2 18 7 9 8 50 charity single
2011 "Love Is the Answer"
(Cedric Gervais starring Mýa)
Miamication
2015 "Bum Bum"
(Kevin Lyttle featuring Mýa)
N/A
"—" denotes did not chart, or was not released.

Promotional singlesEdit

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US
R&B

[31]
2001 "Where the Dream Takes You" Atlantis: The Lost Empire
2006 "Ayo!"
(featuring DJ Kool)
70 non-album release
2007 "My Bra" The Matters of Life & Dating
2009 "Wish You Were Here"
(featuring Che'Nelle)
Sugar & Spice
"Show Me Somethin'"
(featuring Bun B)
Beauty & the Streets Vol. 1
"Black Out"
2010 "Alive" Exclusive 2000–2010: Decade Best
"—" denotes did not chart, or was not released.

Album appearancesEdit

List of songs with performers
Year Song Other performer(s) Album
1998 "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)"[51] Pras, Ol' Dirty Bastard Ghetto Supastar
1999 "Take Me There"[52] BLACKstreet, Ma$e, Blinky Blink Finally
"Somebody Like Me"[53] Silkk the Shocker Made Man
"J.O.B"[54] Foxy Brown, Joe Beast Chyna Doll
2000 "Best of Me Pt.2" Jay-Z Backstage: A Hard Knock Life
"Girls Dem Sugar" Beenie Man Art and Life
2001 "4 Shure" [Remix] Groove Theory, Jagged Edge The Answer
"What More Can I Give" N/A September 11 attacks
2002 "Fair Xchange" [Remix][55] 2Pac Better Dayz
"Thin Line" Jurassic 5 Power in Numbers
2003 "Love Somebody (Cinema Version II)"[56] Yūji Oda 11 Colors
2004 "Forever with You" Guy Sebastian Beautiful Life
2005 "Leave That Boy Alone" Shortee Redd From da Bottom Up
"We Won't Stop"
"Sugar Daddy"[57] Cuban Link Chain Reaction
"Sexy"[58] Ray J Raydiation
2006 "Matter of Time"[59] Trae Restless
"No Matter What They Say" Penelope Jones N/A
"Close to You"[60] Dionne Warwick My Friends & Me
2007 "Hold N' Back"[61] Marques Houston Veteran
"I Will Give It All to You" Vlad Topalov Odinokaya Zvezda
"Flippin'"[62] Lil' Flip I Need Mine
"I Got You"[63] Ky-Mani Marley Radio
2008 "Good II Me"[64] Bun B II Trill
"That La La"[65] Elephant Man Let's Get Physical
"Usually" Trillville, Attitude, T. Waters N/A
"Tired"[66] Z-Ro Crack
2009 "Searchin' for Love"[67] Lil' Eddie City of My Heart
"About My Bi" Shawty Lo Carlos
"Love Letters"[68] Shyheim Disrespectfully Speaking
2010 "Girl Like Her"[69] Cassidy C.A.S.H. (Cass Always Stays Hard)
2011 "Can I" Trina Diamonds Are Forever
"If I Ever" (Remix) Wayne Wonder N/A
"Convertible" Amanda Lepore I...Amanda Lepore
"Hold On" Maino N/A
2012 "Waiting for You"[70] Ron Browz Fly Away
2015 "Focused On You" Eric Bellinger, 2 Chainz Cuffing Season
2017 "Roll Call" GoldLink At What Cost
2019 "X-Rated"[71] Beenie Man, Sekon Sta Yard Jam Riddim
"Handsfree"[72] Ding Dong Sexting Riddim
"Best of You" Tory Lanez Chixtape 5

Soundtrack appearancesEdit

List of songs with performers
Year Song Other performer(s) Album
1998 "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)"[73] Pras, Ol' Dirty Bastard Bulworth
"Movin' Out"[74] Noreaga, Raekwon Belly
1999 "Take Me There"[75] BLACKstreet, Ma$e, Blinky Blink The Rugrats Movie
"Why Should I Believe You"[76] N/A Life
2000 "Free"[77] N/A Bait
2001 "Where the Dream Takes You"[78] N/A Atlantis: The Lost Empire
"Lady Marmalade"[79] Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, P!nk Moulin Rouge!
"Sex Machine"[80] N/A Legally Blonde
2002 "Cream Cheese"[81] N/A All About the Benjamins
2003 "Everything or Nothing" N/A Everything or Nothing
"Cell Block Tango"[82] N/A Chicago
2004 "Fallen"[83] Chingy Barbershop 2: Back in Business
"Things Come & Go"[83] Sean Paul
"Do You Only Wanna Dance"[84] N/A Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights
"Let's Dance"[85] N/A Shall We Dance?
"Fallen"[86] N/A A Cinderella Story
2005 "Not Gonna Drop" N/A Fat Albert
2007 "My Bra"[87] N/A The Matters of Life & Dating

VideographyEdit

Music videosEdit

List of music videos, with directors and artists
Title Year Director(s) Artist(s)
"It's All About Me" 1998 G. Thomas Ferguson, Haqq Islam Sisqó, Mýa
"Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)" Francis Lawrence Pras, Ol' Dirty Bastard, Mýa
"Movin' On" G. Thomas Ferguson, Haqq Islam Silkk Tha Shocker, Mýa
"Take Me There" Luke Nola, Steve Saussey BLACKstreet, Ma$e, Blinky Blink, Mýa
"My First Night With You" 1999 G. Thomas Ferguson, Haqq Islam Mýa
"Somebody Like Me" Jesse Vaughan Silkk the Shocker, Mýa
"Movin' Out" Hype Williams Noreaga, Raekwon, Mýa
"The Best of Me" 2000 Chris Robinson Jadakiss, Mýa
"Best of Me, Part 2" Hype Williams Jay-Z, Mýa
"Case of the Ex" Diane Martel Mýa
"Girls Dem Sugar" Little X Beenie Man, Mýa
"Free" 2001 Dave Meyers Mýa
"All Or Nothing" Fatima Robinson Athena Cage, Mýa
"Lady Marmalade" Paul Hunter Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, P!nk, Mýa
"My Love Is Like...Wo" 2003 Paul Hunter Mýa
"Fallen" Darren Grant Mýa
"The Set Up" 2004 Bryan Barber Obie Trice, Mýa
"Sugar Daddy" 2005 Louis Martinez Cuban Link, Mýa
"Sunshine to the Rain" 2006 Erik White Miri Ben-Ari, Mýa
"Dreams" Phillip Atwell The Game, Mýa
"No Matter What They Say" N/A Penelope Jones, Mýa
"Lock U Down" 2007 Benny Boom Lil' Wayne, Mýa
"Ridin'" Erik White Mýa
"I Will Give It All to You" N/A Vlad Topalov, Mýa
"Paradise" 2008 Marc Baptiste Mýa
"Hi Hater (Remix)" 2009 N/A Maino, T.I., Plies, Swizz Beatz, Jadakiss, Fabolous, Mýa
"Tired" Mr.Boomtown Z-Ro, Mýa
"Show Me Somethin'" Mr.Boomtown Bun B, Mýa
"Searchin For Love" Lil' Eddie Lil' Eddie, Mýa
"Love Is the Answer" 2011 8112 Studios Cedric Gervais, Mýa
"Take Him Out" 2012 Ras Kassa Spice, Mýa
"Mr. Incredible" Derek Brown Mýa
"Focused On You" 2015 Daniel CZ Eric Bellinger, 2 Chainz, Mýa
"Bum Bum" N/A Kevin Lyttle, Mýa
"Coolin'" 2017 Matt Sharp Mýa
"Ready for Whatever" Dana Rice, Mýa Mýa
"You Got Me" 2018 Josh Sikkema Mýa
"Damage" Galen Hooks Mýa
"G.M.O. (Got My Own)" Dana Rice, Mýa Tink, Mýa
"With You" 2019 Baxter Stapleton, Mýa MyGuyMars, Mýa
"Down" Josh Sikkema Mýa
"Handsfree" N/A Ding Dong, Mýa
"The Truth" 2020 Josh Sikkema Mýa

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Lock U Down did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart but peaked at number 1 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart.[45]
  2. ^ Somebody Like You did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 chart but peaked at number 12 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[50]
  3. ^ J.O.B did not enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart but peaked at number 16 on the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart.

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