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Bad As I Wanna Be

Album Released 2018

Malina Moye’s ‘Bad As I Wanna Be’ album was released on March 23, 2018 and has been lauded globally as a break through record by Rolling Stone France, Guitar World Magazine, and The Current Radio station (NPR) to name only a few. It reached no. 1 on Billboard for two consecutive weeks.

Are You The One

Single Released 2016

Malina Moye’s ‘Are You The One’ remix was the second-most added single in the country the week of 3/19/2016 and reached 32 on Billboard’s National R&B Airplay chart.

Rock & Roll Baby

EP Released 2015

1. K-yotic feat. Bootsy Collins
2. Hustler’s Blues
3. Foxey Lady
4. A Little Rough
5. Are You The One
6. Run Free

Rock & Roll Baby REVIEW

Malina Moye must be the product of some secret experiment performed deep in the Mothership. She sings like Janet Jackson, has the oozing sexy showmanship of Prince, and channels the spirit of Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn all while playing as a lefty with inverted strings. Crazy, right? Well, you get all that and more on her latest EP, Rock & Roll Baby.


The EP begins with a guest feature by Casper the Funky Ghost himself, Mr. Bootsy Collins, who lends his humorous vocals to the song K-yotic. Hustler’s Blues deals with the struggle of ordinary people, where she works in a chorus ripped from Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five which fits quite well into the song. Then, she makes a bold statement by covering Hendrix’s Foxey Lady to shut all the naysayers up, if she had any. A Little Rough is quite a turn on, and Are You The One is a slow R&B tune that you got to be careful with if you do not want to make babies anytime soon.

~WYCE Radio (NPR)

A Little Rough

Single Released 2014

Malina Moye made her late night debut with her single ‘A Little Rough’ on the Arsenio Hall show April 30, 2014. It landed on the Billboard Twitter 140 chart at no. 10.

feat. Bootsy Collins

Single Released 2013

‘K-yotic’ was the most shared song in the country and reached no. 5 on the Billboard 140 chart.

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Single Released 2004

No. 9 on Billboard Single Sales, No. 93 on Billboard Hot 100


Single Released 2005

No. 48 on Billboard Single Sales and was featured on an episode of MTV’s The Hills


Single Released 2006


Album Released 2009