Mila J takes a page form the Spice Girls on her new Ty Dolla $ign-assisted offering "Be My Lover." Using an interpolation of the Spice Girls’ 1996 debut hit “Wannabe,” Mila sings to a potential flame. "Tell me what you want,” she sings. “What you really, really want / If you wanna be my lover / If you wanna be my [Read More]
Made up of a solid 13 tracks, Dopamine follows her MILAULONGTIME mixtape and features slow jams and bangers in the style of her carefree brand of female empowerment.
Month over month, we here at Singersroom come across tons of new music, and we want to spotlight some of these gems by sharing our faves on a monthly basis. In February (2007), between the year still feeling new, Valentine's Day, Black History Month, and so forth, there were tons of new music that caught our attention. It was another hard [Read More]
Mila J's first project of 2017 is a Valentine’s Day gift for fans in the form of a mixtape called Milaulongtime, a 7-track set filled with Mila's signature femme fatale swag.
In the feel-good tune, the West Coast songstress tells those no good men to keep it moving. She even calls on her ladies to do the same.
Mila J adds her vocals to Drake's "Fake Love," adding a female perspective with her verse for an unofficial duet/flip.
Following the release of her 213 EP in June, Mila J offers up a new song called "Down." Using a sample a sample of Brandy's 1995 hit "I Wanna Be Down," the song slowly saunters along...
Much like Fresh Prince and DJ Jazzy Jeff's "Summertime", Mila J uses a sample of Kool & The Gang's "Summer Madness" to saturate our eardrums with feelings of carefree summertime fun.
Surprise! Fly girl Mila J is back with another EP today called 213, the area code of downtown Los Angeles, her hometown.
As a tribute to the iconic Prince, Mila J released a cover of his song "Erotic City". She took this classic hit and gave it that sultry Mila J touch.