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Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C., United States

Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C., United States
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Article featuring her accomplishments - Nation Newspaper


You da Boss
I'll be There
One More Chance
Without You
Ready For Love (Cover)



Like a river to an ocean, passion flows deep through the chords of Barbadian singer, songwriter and rising star, Timille Barrow, known mononymously as Milla. With a five-octave vocal range that is a reminiscent blend of Mariah Carey, Beyoncé Knowles and Rhianna, it is no surprise that she has toured with Billboard and Grammy Award-winning acts, worked with one of the top producers in the industry, was a scholar musician at a top-ranking University and trained musically under one of the most respected instructors in her country. Her journey, full of career and personal highs, breeds success, and this leg of the once-champion-tri-athlete’s race is one comprising of stamina, persistence and determination, with her eyes on the prize: becoming the music industry’s next multi-talented success story.
Originally marketed as a Pop/R&B singer, she took to the road to gain artist development under a Bad Boy Records subsidiary and opened concerts for Billboard-charting hip-hop acts like Nelly, Gucci Mane, Twista, Naughty by Nature and other hit-makers such as American pop rock band Metro Station, the American synthpop band Cobra Starship and The New Boyz who’s viral hit viral hit, "You're a Jerk" catapulted the young starlette onto a platform much larger than afforded in her humble beginnings on the island of Barbados.
Prior to majoring in Jazz Voice at Howard University she received musical instruction from Barbados musical icon, virtuoso pianist, violinist and music teacher, Janice Millington, who helped in the development of some of Barbados’ leading musicians, including Nicholas Brancker, Roger Gittens, Wayne "Poonka" Willock, and David Weatherhead. She loved music at an early age and just like her beautifully pitched, mezzo soprano mother who sang with all intensions of filling every crevice in a room, she touted her acoustic guitar. Consistency of skill builds confidence, and with years of singing around the house, in church, and winning dance competitions, elevated her performance skills and landed her a spot on the Barbadian ‘35-year institution’ The Richard Stoute Teen Talent Competition Show. Now, years later, she anticipates being featured on another TV show, however, this time, she will be scoring the TV show’s theme music.
Internationally-born, five-octave singer, performer, songwriter, trained musician, dancer, and music scholar mixed with passion are the winning ingredients on most any industry leader’s wish list; and rightly so, the industry is paying attention. Her talents have been featured in various media outlets such as Good Morning Barbados, CNN World report, CBC evening news, NationNews Barbados and Ozone Magazine and she even honored at the National

Independence Festival of Creative Arts (NIFCA) Performing Arts Gala ceremony in Barbados. She has captured the attention of top industry execs including Shani Gonzales, Director A&R at Warner Music Group, and earned opportunities to work with top industry producers like Billboard-charting producer Arty Skye (Will Smith, Madonna, Alicia Keys, Santana, 98 Degrees, Queen Latifah, Missy Elliot, Public Enemy, Wu-Tang Clan).

As a songwriter with a unique ability to write about a range of subjects, Milla’s writing style is passionate. Whether it details daydreams and fantasy or raw, undeniable honest truths she is a writer that is far from meek. "I think that I can write about anything but I like to sing from the softest, most sensual part of me and let it flow untouched," says Milla. “It takes courage to step away from the grain and write from a place of pure love and desire. I think that is bold!"

And bold she is!

Her latest song recordings “Raindrops”, “I’ll Be There”, and “You Da Boss” prove why this starlette is ‘up next’. Follow Milla at .