I was made fun of with braces and kinky hair, and being from a multicultural family, etcetera...
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.
Mýa Marie Harrison is an American RNB artist, record producer as well as an actress who was born on the 10th of October 1979 and is currently 37 years of age. Coming from a musical family, she started her interest from the age of 5, when she was urged to play her father’s guitar.
Her father was involved in a musical group as a singer, and she was brought up in a celebrity lifestyle along with her two younger brothers.
Talking about the present relationship status of Mya, she is possibly single.
As far as the city is concerned, everyone is on ATL so I went to Houston and I like that vibe.
A to an Afro- American father named Sherman, while her mother Theresa was of Italian descent.
Born and bred as an American citizen, Mya belongs to black ethnicity.
In 2002, Harrison won a Grammy Award in the category for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for her rendition of Labelle's 1975 hit "Lady Marmalade" alongside with P! Following a label change and a delay in her fourth studio album, Harrison went independent and recorded two exclusive albums for the Japanese music market, Sugar & Spice (2008) and K. In 2009, Billboard listed Mýa as one of their Hot 100 Artists of the 2000s; placing her in the 97th position. As a child, she imitated Michael Jackson in her mother's high-heeled boots, using a spoon as a make-believe microphone.
Her tap-dancing skills led to an opportunity to study with one of the best-known tap dancers in the country, Savion Glover of the Dance Theater of Harlem, when he came to Washington DC for a workshop.