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In New Zealand, Movin’ On debuted at number thirty-two during the week March 3, 1999.
When Mya releases her third album, an as-yet-untitled collection of songs that she started recording early last year, the natural inclination will be to portray the 22-year-old singer as a butterfly liberated from her sheltered cocoon.
After all, in visual terms, her last fling in public was as a lingerie-dipped harlot in the made-for-MTV, sugar-romp video for “Lady Marmalade,” alongside infamous big-league sexpots Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, and Pink.
The song and video marked a maturation, of sorts, for Mya Harrison.
The lyrics of the bouncy R&B track speak of a woman leaving her cheating ex-boyfriend.
"Movin' On" is a song by American recording artist Mýa Harrison.Mya is sitting in an empty rehearsal studio in midtown Manhattan, and it’s clear that the exposure she received from “Lady Marmalade”—both literally and figuratively—doesn’t faze her.Mya has seen the little-girl-becomes-woman angle played before, specifically when she released her last album, (Interscope), in 2000.In the video, Harrison displayed her cheerleading skills and towards the end of the video leaves her cheating ex-boyfriend. Movin’ On became Harrison’s second consecutive Top 40 (solo) on that chart.
It performed better on its component chart Hot R&B Singles chart.It served as the second single from her self-titled debut studio album.