2012 Nominee – Electronic/Dance Artist of the Year – 22nd Annual LA Music Awards
2012 Nominee – Pop Single of the Year – 22nd Annual LA Music Awards “Animal”
2012 Producers Choice Recipient – Recording Studio Achievement (Brittney Spears) of the Year – 22nd Annual LA Music Awards
Myah Marie Langston, (born March 24, 1989 in Los Angeles County, California) better known by her stage name Myah Marie, is a singer-songwriter. She was a backup singer on three of Britney Spears’s albums. Vocally very similar to Ms. Spears, she has been rumored to have dubbed Ms. Spears’s vocals on some tracks. She is currently a member of the group “My Crazy Girlfriend”
Myah Marie is the lead vocalist in group “My Crazy Girlfriend” who’s promotional single hit #1 on Billboard Dance Charts, and first single release debuted on the American top 40 at #38. Myah Maries’ credentials include having co-written the song ‘Body Ache’ on Britney Spears’ eighth studio album “Britney Jean,” and Havana Brown’s “Whatever We Want,” having achieved number one most added track on Australian radio in 2014. She’s also co-written Lil Wayne’s single “Start a Fire” featuring Christina Milian, performed live at the 2014 American Music Awards. She is credited as a background vocalist on a multitude of Britney Spears songs’,including “Circus”, “Til The World Ends”, “Hold It Against Me”, “Work Bitch”,”Gasoline”, “Scary”, “Trouble For Me”, “(Drop Dead) Beautiful”, “Inside Out”, “Chillin With You”, “Tik Tik Boom” and “Til Its Gone”. She’s also a featured Vocalist on RuPauls song “Adrenaline”.
In 2013 rumors surfaced that some of Myah Marie’s tracks had been used in place of Britney Spears on songs on Britney Jean. In May of 2014, stems (audio sources in a song) from Britney’s song “Passenger” were leaked online by some of the song’s producers that were labeled “Myah Marie” but sounded very much like the voice on the final song. In September of 2014, stems from another track, “Alien,” were reported to have been found that indicated Britney wasn’t the one who sang on the track. However, no proof of dubbing was released, and Myah Marie has denied it.