Mya - My First Night With You

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Mya - My First Night With You

Music video by Mya performing My First Night With You. (C) 1998 University Music Entertainment/Interscope Records


"My First Night with You" is a song written by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and Diane Warren. It was originally recorded by Canadian singer Deborah Cox for her self-titled debut studio album (1995). In 1998, American singer Mýa covered the song for her self-titled debut studio album, serving as the album's third and final single. The album version was produced by Daryl Simmons, allowing Mýa to put her own spin on the record, while the Ric Wake pop-produced version was marketed at pop and adult contemporary radio. The lyrics of the ballad speak of a non-sexual experience with a man.

The song received generally mixed reviews from contemporary music critics, some of whom noted the thinness of Mýa's voice. "My First Night with You" peaked at number 28 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts. 

The song's accompanying music video was directed by G. Thomas Ferguson and University Music CEO Haqq Islam. It featured a cameo by Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs portraying Mýa's father.
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