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Now once again billing herself as Mila J, she released her first single called "Smoke, Drink, Break-Up" with the music video premiering on BET's 106 & Park. She stated that the album will have a 1990s vibe to it and contains a lot of relationship-based songs such as "Pain in My Heart" and "Times Like These". B, Ty Dolla Sign, Problem are some of the features mentioned on this project.The single has peaked at #33 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. On August 27, she premiered the lyric video of her second single, "My Main" produced by DJ Mustard and features Ty Dolla $ign on her You Tube channel.Last week, rumors went around that singer Mila J was dating Trey Songz.Hip Hollywood caught up with Mila at the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards in Atlanta and asked her if the rumors were true and her answer was …In 2017, she left Motown record label and now is independent and on April 07, 2017 she released an 13 track EP called "Dopamine". Mila has cited Janet Jackson as her main inspiration.She went on to say "I just love how she entertains," said Mila of the pop icon.In 2012 Jamila redefined herself by changing her name and appearance from the soft feminine Mila J to the rough-around-the-edges Japallonia.She released a mixtape for free download through Dat Piff, supported by a music video, "Blinded".
Critics reviewed the EP as "melancholically dark and edgy" and calling it a "Summer's love jam" for the fans.
The 29-year-old "Bottoms Up" singer and the 30-year-old songstress and dancer are officially an item, E! While the cute new couple have kept their budding romance on the down-low, they recently shared some sweet PDA during a date night at the Compound Foundation's Fostering a Legacy benefit in NYC.
Although they arrived separately to the bash last Friday, they were attached at the hip all evening.
Initially while they were backup dancers for Immature, the group's name was Innocence.
As backup dancers, they appeared in music videos such as "Da Munchies", "Constantly", the remix to "Constantly", and "I Don't Mind".