After serving fans with two solid R&B albums in the last three years including her recently released T.K.O. (2018) and Smoove Jones (2016) which was nominated for a Grammy, Mýa turns things up a notch, joining forces with female recording artist Tink for “G.M.O.” (Got My Own). “G.M.O.” (Got My Own) is an empowering, yet playful ladies anthem that proudly states that yes, we are independent women who hold and own our own, but we still welcome a man (the right man) to treat & spoil us.” Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
The single (not featured her new album, T.K.O.), is produced by Lamar “MyGuyMars” Edwards& Braylin “Resource” Bowman, written by Mýa Harrison, Lamar “MyGuyMars” Edwards & Trinity Home (Tink). “Recording G.M.O. with the super talented Tink was awesome. The delivery, cadence, perspective, she brings adds even more swag to Got My Own!” shares Mýa. “Also, working with producers MyGuysMars & Resource who are not only musical, but keep their ears close to the streets is so refreshing creating the perfect balance for me with a familiar, yet original sound.”
The “G.M.O.” audio single is available now on all digital and streaming outlets worldwide. The music video directed, produced, edited by Mýa & Dana Rice premiered September 3rd on BET’s as part of their “Mýa Monday” programming.
The internationally known, singer, songwriter, producer, musician, dancer/choreographer, actress, activist and philanthropist, Mýa was just 18 years old when she released her self-titled, double-platinum debut. The album and several massively successful singles: “It’s All About Me,” “Movin On,” “My First Night With You,” “Ghetto Superstar,” & “Take Me There “certified her as a pop superstar. Her collaboration with Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, P!nk and Missy Elliot on a remake of LaBelle’s “Lady Marmalade”, featured in Baz Luhrman’s “Moulin Rouge” sold over 5.5 million copies and became the most successful airplay-only single in history, winning the Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration and numerous other awards. Known for her dance moves, Mýa was also a finalist on Dancing With The Stars and recently landed her first starring role in UMC’s 6 episode TV series.
Hailing from Chicago’s Calumet City suburb, Tink (Trinity Home) rose to fame in 2010 after she began her career creating music with her father in the basement of their home. Tink’s career officially began with the release of her 2011 mixtape, Winter’s Diary, followed by three additional mixtapes between 2012 and 2013. Her 2014 mixtape, Winter’s Diary 2: Forever Yours, was named the eighth-best R&B album of 2014 by Rolling Stone and ninth-best R&B album of 2014 by Billboard. The following year, in 2015, she was chosen as part of XXL’s Freshman Class. She reemerged in 2018 with her most recent EP, Pain & Pleasure via Machine Entertainment Group/The Orchard. She’s currently writing, recording, and gearing up for her first full length studio album, slated for release in 2019.
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