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After graduating high school when she was sixteen years old, Mya took a few classes at the University of Maryland, College Park, but her primary focus was in the recording studio.After signing with Interscope Records, Mya spent the next two years recording and completing her debut album. She was born in Washington, DC on October 10, 1979.She is listed on Free Ones since 2001 and is currently ranked 28715th place.The album's second single "Movin' On" (featured rapper Silkk Tha Shocker) and peaked at number thirty-four on the Billboard Hot 100 and number four on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart respectively.The third single "My First Night with You" peaked at number twenty-eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.And it really hurts when you're that age, but later when you get something of your own or you get involved in activities like a sport, you begin to be accepted for what you do, and your personality and who you are, instead of your clothes and how you look and the name designer brands you have on." As a popular performer, Mya would later draw from her experiences to speak to girls' groups as part of the "Secret of Self-Esteem" program for adolescents, addressing issues such as body image, peer pressure and gender stereotypes.Learning steps from music videos landed Mya a stint from 1996 until 1998 as a hip-hop dancer for the BET Network's show "Teen Summit." She also began teaching a children's hip-hop and jazz dance class in Camp Springs.
The album's first single "The Best of Me" (featuring rapper Jadakiss) under-performed on the charts, not even making it into the pop Top 40.The album's second single, the confrontational "Case of the Ex" proved to be a different matter and was a dance-heavy jam with attitude on it.Mya confronts her man about an old lover who will not go away.The album earned Mya two Soul Train Music Award nominations for "Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist" and "Best R&B/Soul Album – Female" and a NAACP Image Award nomination for "Outstanding New Artist." In addition to her solo work, Mya was featured with Ol' Dirty Bastard on Pras' Grammy-nominated 1998 hit "Ghetto Supastar" from the "Bulworth" movie soundtrack and "Take Me There" from "The Rugrats Movie" movie soundtrack with Blackstreet, Blinky Blink & Mase.
In 1999, Mya began production on an album that would eventually become "Fear of Flying." The title was partially inspired by Erica Jong 1973 novel "Fear of Flying" which shared a lot of similarities toward female sexuality and development of second-wave feminism.
By the time she was fifteen years old, Mya's musical side took over and her professional musician father Sherman helped her perfect her vocal abilities.