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Hi I am Milla, the girl who travels with pair of crutches and a guitar. I am a 24 year old Country Singer/Song writer, native of Burma (Chin) & also survivor of polio disease. I was diagnosed at age 1, paralyzed from the neck below, not a single doctor expected me to live. How am i still alive? God gave me a second chance. Throughout all the difficulties and rejections I went through,I know God put music in my life for a purpose. I found comfort in music since i was a little girl. I want to inspired people with my life story and with the talent God has given me. I especially want to inspire those who may be unfortunate with a visible disability, like myself. I want to be an inspirational to people and reach out to those who believe they can’t do something because of whatever reason he/she might be holding back from. Just like what music has done for me my whole life, I want my music to touch people’s heart and I want my songs to comfort people in whatever situation they’re in. I want to encourage everyone to go after their goals and dreams in life. Life is too precious to wait around. ☺ To my followers: THANK YOU & I LOVE YOU FOR THE SUPPORT. Oh and I'm fascinated by banjos, violins, fiddles, dobros, harmonicas, mandolins, and Zithers (favorite of all time).
I released an EP album back in 2012, and a Single Album back in 2013. Being the first Burmese Native to released an album here in the States have helped me gained many fans all around especially in Southeast Asia. Specifically Burma, Thailand and Singapore. I am in the process of planning to release an album in Southeast Asia and here in the States. I believe this is a big opportunity not only for me as an artist, but for whoever would be interested in helping me produced this album. I believe my unique sound and upcoming project to release an album in Southeast Asia will be a great deal for you as well. I pray someone will see this email and give me a chance.
Thank you for your time.