Only two years in the music game, the multi-genre artist, Mia Kodak is already gaining lots of attention. Her music, a combination of Hip Hop / Rap and a little bit of R&B with some Pop vibes, showcases her incredible versatility. Following her first single and an EP, Mia recently released her new single, “Take His Money.”

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Inspired by Tupac’s infamous track “Hit ‘em Up,” the song gets the point across as an aggressive, female anthem. Raw and fun, “Take His Money” makes the listener want to let loose, get up and dance. But it is also very real. “The song talks about a lot of things that are happening now with women.” Mia said. “I love what I’m seeing with women empowerment!”
Mia has the ability to change up her style dramatically, possessing a vocal range that can go from very aggressive to soft and sultry. She also worked hard to expand her songwriting skills during the short time since the release of her first EP, effortlessly blending a number of different music styles, including EDM, House and some unreleased Country tracks.
Mia has recently finished recording a new album, “Guard It.” The title takes its name from the Bible verse, Proverbs 4:23:

Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.
A deeply personal project for Mia, “Guard It” covers themes such as heartbreak without wallowing in sadness. One of the album’s tracks, “Sad & Free” has already been released. It is a timely song about police brutality and what black people in the United States have to go through. The new album is due for release next month.


Originally from Kansas City, Kansas, Mia Brooks works full time as a Specialty Pharmaceutical Sales Rep while pursuing her music career. She started writing music in May 2018, and released her first single in July of the same year. She carried through the success of her first single with the EP “Mistakes and Heartbreaks” during the following month. As a young teen, Mia was a professional model and went on to study Broadcast Media and Photography at the University of Central Missouri. Mia’s love of photography earned her the Kodak nickname.

Mia grew up listening to all genres of music, from Hip Hop, to Country, Pop, Soft Rock, Jazz, and the Blues, and she hopes that listeners are inspired and feel every word in her own songs. She encourages everyone to keep pushing whatever they want to do. As a full time career woman, she has a strong will to succeed and is motivated to push forward. “I have days where I cry. I just feel like this is never going to happen. It’s normal to feel that way sometimes. The next day, I get back up and I leave it all in yesterday,” she said. “No matter what, don’t give up on your dreams. Don’t let your ambitions die.”

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