As Contemporary R&B artists take to the internet to push and promote their releases, artist’s from the genre’s earlier years born and bred in the major label system continue to seek ways to push it to the heights it once soared over.
One of these artists is Mya, one of the scene’s leading ladies during her time Interscope.
Born to an African-American mother and Italian father, the entertainer’s discography has moved over a reported 3.2 million albums in the United States.
Modest, when compared to units moved by the likes of her contemporaries Brandy, Britney Spears and Usher.
However, in an interview with DJ Vlad, the ‘Moodring‘ maker has shared her thoughts on why artists like herself are finding it difficult to access the audiences (and their support) on radio.
Watch and weigh in on her estimation below…