Atlanta-based MC Milla-Terry is a veteran on the scene; an artist with a sound both contemporary and classic, he is one of Atlanta’s original grassroots lyricists. Being able to create great music that is still commercially marketable is a sign of a true artist. The proof is in the pudding, as Terry has been featured in Source Magazine, Black Beat Magazine, & Trace Magazine — and has toured with the AND-1 basketball team, as well written jingles for HBO, FUBU, and the Star & Buckwild Morning Show (formerly on HOT 97.5 New York). He’s also placed songs on TrueBlood (HBO), Sleeping Dogs (PlayStation/XBox), The Gardener (Movie), and Switched at Birth (TV).
His latest track, “It’s Bangindo” featuring Flossy May, is a piano-driven appetizer to his upcoming LP, A Prince In Peasant’s Clothes. The song itself explores how music can be inherently dope without necessarily being cosigned by radio. Keep an eye on the well-traveled internationally known artist.