Mila J continues to keep the new music coming. After hitting us with The Waiting Game mixtape last week & “2 Real” over the weekend, the L.A.
As we wait for her debut album, Mila J has decided to share a free project to tide fans over, aptly titled The Waiting Game (and cleverly promoted with a "buffering" image).
Bryson Tiller's T R A P S O U L project has been a mainstay on the Billboard charts since its release, making it a very successful debut album.
Mila J continues to roll out new music in support of her forthcoming mixtape The Waiting Game, which is reportedly only days away from dropping.
Mila J's Waiting Game mixtape is coming next week, and she's shared a couple of new tracks today to get fans excited for the release.
Mila J is preparing a new mixtape for next week, and today she's shared a track from the upcoming project. "Ready 2 Go" sees her further exploring dark synthetic textures.
Drake's "Hotline Bling" is officially his biggest hit since "Best I Ever Had," and naturally, it's inspired a share of remixes.
After hitting us with the visual for “Ninja” a couple weeks ago, female artist Mila J decides to come through and share a new track tonight called “FreakNic” featuring Future.
Oakland newcomer, A.E., is making his HNHH debut tonight and he’s doing so in grand fashion. Calling on fellow West Coast artists YG & Mila J (who know goes by Mila), A.E.
Bobby Brackins continues to push his new single “Hot Box” with Mila J. After catching a remix from Terrace Martion and Choice back in November, Bobby decides to give the LA Leakers the go ahead to premiere another remix of the record with Iamsu!
Back in August, at the peak of "The Summer Of Mustard," L.A. crooner Bobby Brackins got a big look on his track "Hot Box," which featured Cali heavy-hitters G-Eazy and Mila J, and was produced by DJ Dijon himself.
"Main bitch" is term usually used by males to describe their number one, the girl who's potentially "relationship material." But on Mila J's new song "My Main" (just the clean version for now), the singer uses the term to represent her best friend, the one who
Mila J continues to let go various remixes of her single "Smoke, Drink, Break-Up." After hitting us with a French Montana edition, Mila J returns to her Ty Dolla $ign remix (it has his same verse from the other mix), adding in Kirko Bangz and Problem.
Los Angeles singer Mila J is not only the older sister to songstress Jhene Aiko, but she is making a name for herself with her buzzing single “Smoke, Drink, Break-Up”.