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MeLa Machinko is a female recording artist from Brooklyn, New York who began her professional career singing on hip hop albums and touring as a backup singer.

Musical debut

MeLa (pronounced Me-Lah) Machinko is best known for her contributions to songs by rapper Pharoahe Monch, including the singles "Push", "Body Baby", and "Let's Go", from the album Desire (SRC/ Universal Records) and the J Dilla produced "Love" from Dilla's critically acclaimed The Shining (Stones Throw). She also sings on the Just Blaze-produced Talib Kweli song "Hostile Gospel" from the Ear Drum album (Blacksmith/ Warner Bros).

MeLa Machinko has featured in the Summer '06 issue of XXL, Hip-Hop Soul magazine and The Village Voice. She toured as part of Rock The Bells in 2007.

Upcoming projects

Machinko is currently preparing for her solo debut LP.

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