Mya Harrison Covers KING Magazine
Mya Harrison is one of the most sexy women in the music industry. Her 2003 cover shoot for King Magazine captivated the hearts of men across the country and her lingerie spread has become a cult favorite among the magazine’s readers.
Mya is an American singer and actress known for her songs “Free,” “Best Of Me” and “Case Of The Ex.” Her music has been compared to the neo-R&B genre. Her style has been influenced by Tinashe, FKA twigs and Jhene Aiko.
She started her music career in the late 1990s and has released four studio albums. Her 2000 debut single, “Case Of The Ex,” was a major success and her sophomore album, Fear Of Flying, won her a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance.
During her brief time in the spotlight, Mya was one of the most popular artists of her generation. Her 2001 hit, “Lady Marmalade,” featured Christina Aguilera and Lil’ Kim and was remade for Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge movie. She also appeared in other movies including Chicago (2002), Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004) and Shall We Dance? (2005).
When she isn’t working, she spends her free time experimenting with new styles and colors. She’s a vegan, advises for new artists and enjoys traveling around the world.
Her latest cover for KING magazine is an example of her sexy fashion sense and her love of glitz. Mya’s outfit is a gorgeous metallic ensemble and she looks as stunning as ever on the cover!
For this photoshoot, Mya worked with photographer/editor-in-chief Tatijana Shoan. The singer wore a black leather jacket and pants from D&G, a red belt from Versus and shoes by Christian Louboutin.
KING’s September/October 2003 issue features Mya on the cover of the fashion and lifestyle magazine. The issue was released a few months after Mya’s third studio album, Moodring, was released in 2003.
The cover of this issue was accompanied by a full-page interview with Mya, where she discusses the art of bouncing back after a setback, her relationship with rap star Silkk The Shocker and her upcoming album.
In the interview, Mya also talks about her love for the ’80s and why she thinks it’s important to celebrate Black history. She also gives tips for new female artists who want to succeed in the music industry.
While Mya has had some tough times in her career, she remains a strong and confident artist. She believes her biggest trump card is her charisma, which combines the sweet, innocent girl next door and the feisty hip-hop princess down the block.