In da club. In the lounge. In the way that says "night time is the right time," singer/songwriter/musician Minga captures the smoldering essence of after-hours cosmopolitan life. It's a sultry union - Minga's sensual vocal vibe wrapped around warm jazz textures and chill R&B grooves.


"Distinctive... In a world in which R&B seems to roll
off an assembly line, Minga's chilled out vibe is like a
welcome summer breeze."
- Cleveland Free Times

"Impressive... Sexy, sophisticated soul chill..."
- San Francisco Examiner

"Minga oozes sensual R&B... File under 'must have'."
- San Diego Union-Tribune

The initial connection is telling - a sensation so honest and genuine that it doesn't need tampering. You let it work you, slowly and surely. Parts of you warm and tingle. There's intensity, and amplification, and crescendo. Then the feeling fades. And you want to experience it all over again.

That's when you hit "rewind." That's when you press the "back" button. That's how you connect and reconnect with Minga - her voice, her vibe, and her music.

Her forte? Showmanship. Whether she's layin' down the grooves in an intimate club or raising the roof at a shed venue, Minga is one of those rare artists with instant connectivity: A spellbinding performer who will take you to the place where the universal love jones lives amidst lush horns, languorous guitars, and deep beats.


Flipside :: FUA Records

"Flipside Charts in 54 European Radio Markets..."

"Minga Added to Specialty and Syndicated Playlists in US..."

"Minga Captures "Best Jazz Album" Nomination..."

(More at mingamusic.com)

Set List

Jazz Baby
Easy For You
Street Life (The Crusaders feat. Randy Crawford)
Strange Together
No Matter
Be Thankful (William DeVaughn)
I'll Take You There (Staple Singers)
Make Believe
This Is The Place
What's Goin' On (Marvin Gaye)
All Good (De la Soul fest. Chaka Khan)
Everybody Got Their Something (Nikka Costa)