While she is currently gracing the cover of DJ Times Magazine (click here for feature) preparing to leave her mark on the festival circuit playing FORM, EDC Las Vegas, Summer Camp and Movement Detroit this month ALONE; we’ve decided to share DJ Times’ list of the ten best Mija tracks to date.
After digging through her discography, we’ve decided to share these releases in the order they were released. Enjoy!
Ghastly X Mija ft. Lil Jon – Crank It |
It’s crazy to see how far Ghastly and Mija have come since first connecting on their bass house boomer “Crank It” which debuted on OWSLA Presents EGGNOG compilation in 2014. Becoming a festival anthem seemingly overnight, this high-octane production still manages to find it’s way into sets to this day.
Major Lazer – B2GETHER (Mija Remix) |
Major Lazer’s “Be Together” featuring Wild Belle seemed to be remixed by the masses, but nothing will quite top Mija’s rendition soothing production. Turning the dial-up on the BPM while maintaining the original’s sentimental value this future-driven remix was a proper farewell when it came to closing out her sets.
DJ Snake – Middle (Mija Remix) |
Being one of the standouts of OWSLA’s Worldwide Broadcast compilation, Mija upped the tempo on DJ Snake’s feel-good single “Middle” providing listeners with a bubbly rework that showcased the the “then” blossoming producers production prowess.
Mija & Vindata – Better |
Connecting with OWSLA duo Vindata, Mija delivered one of the anthems of summer ’16 with this one. Radiating feel-good vibes throughout, this glimmering collaboration turned into an immediate fan favorite.
Mija – Secrets |
Sampling Tegan & Sara’s vocals from 2016’s “Boyfriend,” Mija stays true to her “fk-a-genre” persona, while still tapping into her drum-n-bass roots on this uplifting bomb. Released on her newly launched imprint, this glittery, ebullient and infectious track quickly became the ultimate weapon during her sets.
Mija – Notice Me |
Serving as the first single off of her debut EP, “How to Measure the Distance Between Lovers,” this raw, emotive, downtempo production finds Mija using her own vocals for the very first time. This buzzy, quirky cut sets the tone for the rest of her EP and turns the page to the newest chapter of her career.