M.I.A. discography

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M.I.A. discography
MIA beche.jpg
M.I.A. performing in August 2007
Studio albums 5
Music videos 26
EPs 2
Singles 33
Mixtapes 2

English singer, songwriter and rapper M.I.A. has released five studio albums, two extended plays, two mixtapes, thirty-three singles (including six as a featured artist) and twenty-six music videos. Born Mathangi "Maya" Arulpragasam, M.I.A. began her career as a visual artist and film-maker, and moved into making music after filming a documentary on the band Elastica in 2001.[1] The band's lead singer, Justine Frischmann, lent her a Roland MC-505 sequencer/drum machine which she used to make a demo tape that secured her a contract with British label XL Recordings.[2][3]

M.I.A.'s debut studio album, Arular, was initially scheduled to be released in September 2004, but the release was delayed by six months due to problems with the clearance of samples used in the songs.[4][5] She released two singles and a mixtape in the interim.[6][7] Although the album had limited commercial success, it was highly regarded by music critics for its blending of genres such as grime, hip hop, ragga and Brazilian baile funk, and for its politicised lyrics.[8][9][10] Music magazines in the United States and Europe included it in lists of the best albums of the year, and it was nominated for the Mercury Prize in the United Kingdom.[11]

Her second album, Kala, was released in 2007 along with the single "Boyz" and was also praised by critics, drawing more extensively from African, Tamil and Caribbean music. It proved much more commercially successful than her debut, reaching number 18 on the US Billboard 200 and number 21 on the UK Albums Chart.[12][13] "Paper Planes", the album's fourth and final single, became M.I.A.'s breakthrough hit and was nominated for Record of the Year at the 51st Annual Grammy Awards.[14] The song appeared on the soundtrack to the 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire along with "O... Saya", a song written specifically for the film by M.I.A. and A. R. Rahman. The song, which appears on the film's soundtrack album, was released on M.I.A.'s own label N.E.E.T. and was nominated for Best Original Song at the 81st Academy Awards.[15]

Her third album, Maya, was released in 2010 and reached the top 10 in numerous countries, remaining her highest-charting album both in the UK and the US. Her fourth album, Matangi, was released in 2013, charting moderately in music markets, despite receiving strong feedback from both public and critics. Her fifth album, AIM, was released on 9 September 2016.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
UK
[13]
AUS
[16]
BEL
(FL)

[17]
CAN
[18]
FRA
[19]
GER
[20]
IRE
[21]
NOR
[22]
SWE
[23]
US
[12]
Arular 98 97 71 20 47 190
Kala
  • Released: 8 August 2007
  • Label: XL, Interscope
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
39 46 22 16 117 93 22 22 18 18
Maya
  • Released: 7 July 2010
  • Label: N.E.E.T., XL, Interscope
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
21 21 20 7 79 48 47 8 31 9
Matangi
  • Released: 1 November 2013
  • Label: N.E.E.T., Interscope
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
64 99 47 96 23
AIM
  • Released: 9 September 2016
  • Label: Interscope
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
63 51 48 41 55 55 66
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Mixtapes[edit]

Title Album details
Piracy Funds Terrorism Volume 1
  • Released: December 2004
  • Format: CD
Vicki Leekx
  • Released: 31 December 2010[30]
  • Format: Digital download

Extended plays[edit]

Title Extended play details
Live Session (iTunes Exclusive)
  • Released: 18 October 2005[31]
  • Label: XL
  • Format: Digital download
How Many Votes Fix Mix
  • Released: 28 October 2008
  • Label: XL
  • Formats: 12" vinyl, digital download

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[13]
AUS
[32]
BEL
(FL)

[17]
CAN
[33]
DEN
[34]
FRA
[19]
GER
[35]
IRE
[21]
US
[36]
US
Dance

[37]
"Galang" 2003 77 Arular
"Sunshowers" 2004 93
"Hombre"[38] 2005
"Bucky Done Gun" 88
"Bird Flu" 2006 Kala
"Boyz" 2007
"Jimmy" 66
"Paper Planes" 2008 19 68 18 7 18 91 76 23 4
"Born Free" 2010 156 Maya
"XXXO" 26 74 [A] [B]
"Steppin Up"[40] [C]
"Teqkilla"[41] 93 [D]
"Tell Me Why"[42]
"It Takes a Muscle"[43]
"Internet Connection"[44] 2011
"Bad Girls" 2012 43 81 [E] 92 61 80 [F] [G] Matangi
"Bring the Noize"[46] 2013
"Come Walk with Me"[47] 39
"Y.A.L.A." 19
"Double Bubble Trouble" 2014 179 37
"Sexodus"[48]
(featuring War Syntaire)
2015 non-album single
"Swords" 188 38 AIM
"Borders" 73 25
"Go Off" 2016 98 82 25
"Bird Song"
"Freedun"
(featuring Zayn)
"P.O.W.A."[49] 2017 TBA
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
UK
[13]
AUS
[32]
BEL
(FL)

[17]
CAN
[50]
DEN
[34]
FRA
[19]
GER
[51]
IRE
[21]
SWE
[23]
US
[52]
"Sound of Kuduro"
(Buraka Som Sistema featuring DJ Znobia, M.I.A., Saborosa and Puto Prata)
2009 Black Diamond
"Bang"
(Rye Rye featuring M.I.A.)
Go! Pop! Bang!
"Sunshine"
(Rye Rye featuring M.I.A.)
2010
"C.T.F.O."[53]
(SebastiAn featuring M.I.A.)
2011 Total
"Give Me All Your Luvin'"
(Madonna featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.)
2012 37 25 5 1 16 3 8 11 60 10 MDNA
"Temple"[55]
(Baauer featuring M.I.A. and G-Dragon)
2016 Aa
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs[edit]

List of other charted songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[56]
CAN
[57]
"O... Saya"
(with A. R. Rahman)
2009 93 68 Slumdog Millionaire

Guest appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Topknot" (Cavemen Remix)
(Cornershop featuring Bubbley Kaur and M.I.A.)
2004 "Topknot" (single)[58]
"Goodies" (Richard X Remix)
(Ciara featuring M.I.A.)
2005 "Goodies" (single)[59][60]
"Bad Man" (Missy Elliott featuring Vybz Kartel and M.I.A.) The Cookbook
"Nookie" (M.I.A. & Jabba Remix)
(Jamesy P featuring M.I.A. and Jabba)
"Nookie" (single)[61]
"I Got Grapes" (World Wide Treemix)
(Nump featuring M.I.A., apl.de.ap and DJ Qbert)
2007 "I Got Grapes" (World Wide Treemix) (single)[62][63]
"Get It Up" (Radioclit Mix)
(Santogold featuring M.I.A. and Gorilla Zoe)
Top Ranking: A Diplo Dub
"Whachadoin?"
(N.A.S.A. featuring Spank Rock, M.I.A., Santogold and Nick Zinner)
2009 The Spirit of Apollo
"Bang"
(Rye Rye featuring M.I.A.)
Fast & Furious
"Rain Dance"
(The Very Best featuring M.I.A.)
Warm Heart of Africa
"Baby Riddim" (Switch Remix)
(Major Lazer featuring Prince Zimboo and M.I.A.)
Мишка Presents Keep Watch Vol. X[64]
"Legalize My Medicine"
(Nump featuring M.I.A.)
Student ov da Game[65]
"Sound of Siren"
(Major Lazer featuring M.I.A. and Busy Signal)
2010 Lazers Never Die
"B-Day Song"
(Madonna featuring M.I.A.)
2012 MDNA
"Better Than You"
(Rye Rye featuring M.I.A.)
Go! Pop! Bang!
"Rock Off Shake Off"
(Rye Rye featuring M.I.A.)
"Reloaded (Let It Go Pt. 2)"
(ASAP Ferg featuring M.I.A. and Crystal Caines)
2014 Ferg Forever
"Gold"
(with The Partysquad)
The Partysquad Summer Mixtape[66]
"Fine Whine"
(ASAP Rocky featuring Future, Joe Fox and M.I.A.)
2015 At. Long. Last. ASAP
"The New International Sound Pt. II"
(with GENER8ION)
The New International Sound Pt. II[67]

Music videos[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of music videos as lead artist, showing year released and directors
Title Year Director(s)
"Galang" 2004 Ruben Fleischer[68]
"Sunshowers" Rajesh Touchriver[69]
"Bucky Done Gun" 2005 Anthony Mandler[70]
"Bird Flu" 2007 M.I.A. and Kalyan Kumar[71]
"Boyz" M.I.A. and Jason "Jay Will" Williams[72]
"Jimmy" Nezar Khamal[73]
"Paper Planes" 2008 Bernard Gourley[74]
"Space"[75] 2010 Unknown
"Born Free" Romain Gavras[76]
"XXXO" M.I.A.[77]
"Story to Be Told"[78] Unknown
"Bad Girls" 2012 Romain Gavras[79]
"Bring the Noize" 2013 Ben Newman[80]
"Come Walk with Me"[81] Unknown
"Y.A.L.A." Daniel Sannwald[82]
"Double Bubble Trouble" 2014 M.I.A.[49][83][84][85]
"Swords" 2015
"Warriors"
"Borders"
"Go Off" 2016
"P.O.W.A." 2017

As featured artist[edit]

List of music videos as featured artist, showing year released and directors
Title Year Director(s)
"Sound of Kuduro"
(Buraka Som Sistema featuring DJ Znobia, M.I.A., Saborosa and Puto Prata)
2008 João Pedro Moreira and Carlos Afonso[86]
"Bang"
(Rye Rye featuring M.I.A.)
2009 M.I.A.[87]
"Sunshine"
(Rye Rye featuring M.I.A.)
2010 Jess Holzworth[88]
"Give Me All Your Luvin'"
(Madonna featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.)
2012 MegaForce[89]
"The New International Sound Pt. II"
(GENER8ION + M.I.A.)
2015 Inigo Westmeier[67]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "XXXO" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number seven on the Flemish Ultratip chart.[17]
  2. ^ "XXXO" did not enter the Billboard Dance/Electronic Songs, but peaked at number 12 on the Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart.[39]
  3. ^ "Steppin Up" did not enter the Billboard Dance/Electronic Songs, but peaked at number 36 on the Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart.[39]
  4. ^ "Teqkilla" did not enter the Billboard Dance/Electronic Songs, but peaked at number 11 on the Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart.[39]
  5. ^ "Bad Girls" did not enter the Ultratop 50, but peaked at number 38 on the Flemish Ultratip chart.[17]
  6. ^ "Bad Girls" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number five on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[45]
  7. ^ "Bad Girls" did not enter the Billboard Dance/Electronic Songs, but peaked at number 10 on the Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart.[39]

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