Man, Mýa Marie Harrison has always had that look about her. Add on to the fact that throughout her near-two decade long career (her self-titled debut album released back in 1998) she has amassed a twelve hit singles, has sold seven million albums worldwide and won a GRAMMY Award, she has seemingly refused to age and still looks the same way she did when she seductively rolled her hips throughout her “It’s All About Me” video.
The R&B songstress — and object of John Gotty’s Monday affections — recently released her seventh studio album (she has since taken the independent route), Smoove Jones. Using the guise of a late-night radio show, the album is 12 tracks with features and contributions from the likes of Phil Adé, Terry Lewis, Kalenna Harper and more. Stream it below, and cop a copy on iTunes.