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Miiesha Lands A Trifecta with “Price I Paid”

23 September 2021
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Miiesha (pronounced My-ee-sha) is a Pitjantjatjara/Torres Strait Islander artist from Woorabinda in Queensland, Wadjigal Land. With a voice that showcases vulnerability and strength, Miiesha is pioneering in Australian R&B.

Off the back of her three most recent singles “Price I Paid”, “Damaged” and “Made for Silence”, Miiesha announces her new 2 EP project ‘Smoke & Mirrors’ arriving later this year, with the first part ‘Smoke’ arriving November 19th.

Accompanying the announcement, Miiesha shares her latest single and visualisation, ‘Price I Paid’, which is her third single that will feature on the EP.

In “Price I Paid”, Miiesha shares a catchy yet aching track, diarising the gamble of love and, the trauma of receiving hurt instead. Produced by Lucianblomkamp, the track has a deep R&B beat with gospel touches, providing the backdrop for Miiesha to share her beautifully personal story.

“Price I Paid” is the latest release, followed by “Damaged” and “Made For Silence”. Miiesha perfectly showcases her genre versatility and ability to deliver, regardless of tempo.


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