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5.29 Los Angeles, CA (Video Shoot)
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6.14 Los Angeles, CA (Video Shoot)
6.15 Los Angeles, CA (Video Shoot)
7.18 Los Angeles, CA PLANET 9 apparel photoshoot!
7.24 Houston, TX Mya begins filming Fifth Ward 6 Week Series production!
7.30 Houston, TX Mya records “Let There Be Light” composition for charity!
It is a gospel song. Someone mentioned it on their Instagram.ThaInfo1 wrote:She's really not doing gospel is she?
By "back to the roots" I hope they mean an actual album she put effort into instead of this EP with random songs that just happens to work and not sound too bad.
Mýa — “Case of the Ex (Whatcha Gonna Do)”
Something similar could be done with a song that’s less retro-futuristic, more just retro. Mýa’s ridiculously catchy “Case of the Ex” was popular enough (No. 2 for three weeks on the Hot 100 in 2002) to be familiar, but not ubiquitous enough to be played out—she’s like the least famous person on 2001’s “Lady Marmalade.” Producer Tricky Stewart’s finger snaps and horn-like stabs are of their era but still feel like they’re part of the same conversation as plenty of bouncy, word-wise pop today. Indeed, the lyrical concept—Mýa hurls questions at a lover about how he’ll handle his ex—is strong enough that it too could be repurposed in a 2017 track. A clear-voiced young singer with a strong sense of identity like Kehlani (or maybe Halsey in a pinch) could work wonders here, though the Weeknd's got a baked-in storyline for the gossip folks.
27. Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Mya, and Pink (feat. Missy Elliott), “Lady Marmalade” (2001)
It had to have been the combined star power here that made this Moulin Rouge clip win over U2’s “Beautiful Day,” Eminem’s “Stan” featuring Dido, Janet Jackson’s “All for You,” and Elliott’s solo “Get Ur Freak On” in 2001. Really, who could resist all of these ladies together?