Te’a Milan “Nothing From You” now available to AC/Hot AC radio programmers
“Nothing From You”
Publishing: Melodic Entertainment
Publishing Affiliation: BMI
Album Title: Nothing From You
Record Label: Melodic Entertainment
Although Te’a Milan may be relatively new to the music scene, the R & B artist and powerhouse, is no stranger to music. Growing up in a small town, she was exposed to various genres including country and pop; however, she always had a thirst for soul-stirring music. However, once she discovered urban music and hip hop she was hooked.
Her biggest influences have been artists such as Whitney Houston, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, and Tamia. Like most of these artists, Milan has a soulful, smooth and urban vibe to her sound. Whether she is belting out big notes or singing soft, airy riffs, she has a unique sound reflective of her experiences.
The singer and songwriter realizes she may be a little late to the party, but maintains she is grateful for the path that her life has taken. She believes that everything happens according to a divine plan and perhaps she was supposed to wait until she had a lot of joy, pain, and wisdom to share. Milan admits that early on she dabbled with singing and performing, but did not take music as seriously as she should have. She admits that it was easier to treat it as a hobby rather than putting herself out there and being vulnerable. Her advice to others is to pursue your dreams ferociously and never give up.
Milan is currently recording original music and completing her debut EP. She recently shared the stage with Angie Stone and was featured on a single with a RBC recording artist. Her first single, “Finally Figured It Out” released in October 2018 was an anthem for anyone who finally discovers his or her true purpose.
Her new single, Nothing From You, featuring Hip Hop Artist and Carolina native, Mulah DaVinci, is a club banger that shows a more edgy and urban side to the artist. If fans listen closely, they may discover that Milan was also a former dabbler in hip hop and rap culture. What is certain is this single will have the clubs and drops busy all summer.
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