Twenty-year-old R&B singer Mylezia King replies to Bryson Tiller’s “Exchange.”
Where Tiller talks about righting wrongs with his ex on his version, Mylezia takes on the role of the female reply, and she’s not too keen on the thought of reconciliation.
“Passed up on a good one / but went lookin’ for a bad / When you say you was good for me, now I’m out here lookin’ bad,” she sings on the second verse.
Mylezia has been labeled the ‘it’ girl among some music insiders lately, by expanding her fan base via social media and performing at venues and cities across the country which included “The High School Tour” in Los Angeles at Washington Preparatory and San Fernando Senior High Schools. She gave the world a glimpse of her vocal talent at the Philly Hip Hop Awards Nomination Show, The World Café, and at Lincoln University during their homecoming weekend festivities. She’s also performed on Broadway at the Symphony Place, which showcased comedian Gerald Kelly. Mylezia recently won a Philly Hip Hop Award for Best RnB/Pop Solo Artist.
Twitter & Instagram: @Mylezia