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There are two artists known as “Mila”: / মিলা

1) A Thai pop singer. (มีล่า)
2) A Bangladesh pop singer. - মিলা
3) A German screamo band.

Tasbiha Binte Shahid Mila (Bengali: তাসবিয়া বিনতে শহীদ, better known by her stage name Mila Islam) is a Bangladeshi singer. She sings songs in the fusion and folk genres.

Earlier life:
Mila completed her HSC from Chittagong Grammar School and College. After her first marriage, Mila started her music career by singing in local weddings and gae-holuds. At that time she used to live in Chittagong with her then husband, Raj Ahmed, but later she moved to Dhaka to work on her first album.

Musical Carrier:
Mila got her break with “Fele Asha” of her first solo album which was released in 2006. This album was composed by a number of music directors. In 2008,her second solo album, Fuad featuring Mila “Chapter-2” was released.This album was composed by music director Fuad. In 2009, Fuad featuring Mila “Re-defined” was released as Mila’s 3rd album which also was composed by Fuad.

Fele Asha (2006)

Nirjon Raat
Chera Paal
Fele Asha
Ai Mon
Dorja Khule
Bhul Kore
Tumi Jano Na

Chapter 2 (2008)

Baburam Shapure
Magher Dal
Shukno Patar Nupur
Chupi Chupi
Shukno Patar Nupur

Redefined (2009)

Bristi Nacha Tale Tale
Disco Bandor
Nisa Lagilo Re
Tumi Ki Sara Dibe?
Khola Akash
Paper Pujari
Bishasghatok Mir Jafor
Jatrabala (acoustic)


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  • xee_kay

    which song is "อยากเกิดเป็นผู้ชาย"???

    6 Oct 2009 Reply
  • bahauddeen

    MILA is the most exciting new singer to come out of Asia.

    21 Oct 2008 Reply

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