MISS MISS HAS NO TIME FOR REST

MISS MISS HAS NO TIME FOR REST

It has been seven years now since she made the decision to chase a career in the music industry. Her desire and energy put in from day one has not withered till now. She’s not one to give up along the way neither is she a beauty without brain; every effort and move is calculated. 2010, from that moment she had a stint as a signee with Play Records and featured in the remix of Gyptian’s ‘Hold You’ done by Play Records’ Rilwan, Lil Miss Miss as she was called then has never looked back. It’s 2017, with a change in name (now, Miss Miss), she’s still staying on the grind with the release of her latest single titled ‘Whine Up’ featuring Skales.

Miss Miss / Mystreetz Magazine

Miss Miss / Mystreetz Magazine

Her official debut single is titled ‘Good love’ featuring Shank, who was then a hot music property. She followed up with a sophomore single titled ’Las Gidi Chick’ in the year 2012.  Later that year, she released ‘No Wine Me’ featuring DEL B. Her Lil Miss Miss 5 track and 3 bonus songs mixtape surfaced in 2013. Without slowing down, she teamed up with R&B sensation Mr ‘Capable’ Banky W to release her 2014 track ‘Temptation.’ She also released ‘Gidi Girl Twerk’ featuring Chuddy K.  We recently caught up with her and she talked about her latest single ‘Whine Up’ featuring Skales:

Miss Miss / Mystreetz Magazine

Miss Miss / Mystreetz Magazine

‘My new single ‘Whine Up’ was inspired by the beat and the vibe I am feeling at the moment, especially after the release of my prior single ‘Gidi Girl.’ I was in Nigeria for a while, honestly much longer than I was allowed to be while staying in the states being a green card holder. However, I felt the need to be around in Lagos at the time and I was in the studio with producer Drey Beatz who actually produced ‘Whine Up’ as well as ‘Gidi Girl Twerk.’He was at the time working with Skales on a couple of songs and I happened to be in the studio while everyone was just jamming. I usually hear a beat for about ten seconds and know it’s the one for me.  When the beat for ‘Whine Up’ came on, Skales luckily happened to be present at the session as well and we have a pretty good working and friendly relationship. He’s a great person, a great friend, a great spirit and a hell of a talented, passionate and work oriented individual that is what I love and respect about him and he was more than happy to jump on the song with me. And just then and there he came up with the hook. I took the song home, wrote to it, came back the next day and voiced it with Skales in Lagos and that was it.’ – Miss Miss

– Sesan Adeniji

 

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