Take a moment to watch Terry Milla's latest release called "A Light in the Darkness".
This impactful track displays Terry's natural talent and appealing energy in a way that will make the viewer want to hear more work immediately after the video ends. This is an artist that you need to stay tuned in to!
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Terry Milla aka Milla-Terry is a veteran Atlanta real-rap / truth-hop recording artist, producer/composer, pianist, engineer, visionary, entrepreneur, martial artist with a sound that is both new and classic. As one of Atlanta’s original grassroots lyricists he has a unique perspective. Being able to create great music that is still commercially marketable is a sign of a true artist. Terry Milla is such an artist. He can go from socially conscious songs like “A Light in the Darkness” to a hood anthem like “Come On”, then to a melodic radio single like "Skyfallz" without gimmicks and each song is authentically and uniquely dope. His sound has a wide range and he has the ability and freedom to adapt to any topic. Terry Milla has been featured in Source Magazine (Unsigned Hype / Independent’s Day), Black Beat Magazine, Solis Magazine, International Music Magazine, & Trace Magazine, has toured with the AND-1 basketball team, has written jingles for the Star & Buckwild Morning Show (formerly on HOT 97.5 New York), and has written songs that were placed on TrueBlood (HBO), Sleeping Dogs (PlayStation/XBox), The Gardener (Movie), and Switched at Birth (TV). He has traveled across the United States and internationally to perform live and showcase his talents for large audiences.
After a stint with Noontime Music and several subsequent offers from major labels, he decided to start his own entertainment company, 100 TRILLION ENTERTAINMENT, to release his own music, maintain creative control, and create his own destiny. Terry Milla states: “We live in a different world now. With the internet, digital distro, and social media, the fans have direct access to the artists. It’s a global market that we can run locally. Even the majors have to integrate technology and internet marketing into their business model to survive”.