Meng Jia, better known as Jia, is a Chinese singer, rapper, actress, and model. She is a former member of JYP Entertainment's disbanded South Korean girl group, miss A.
In 2010, Miss A debuted with the song 'Good Girl, Bad Girl'. Their debut song earned them their first win the same year, as well as many awards at the Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA), Golden Disk Awards (GDA), and Seoul Music Awards (SMA).
In 2011, she made several cameo appearances in the hit drama 'Dream High' which starred her co-members, Bae Suzy and Wang FeiFei.
She officially debuted as an actress with a support role in the Chinese drama 'One and a Half Summer'.
In May 2016, she decided not to renew her contract with JYP and left Miss A to pursue solo activities in China. In June of that year, she signed with Banana Culture Music and in November debuted as a solo artist with the single 'Drip'. Her next song 'Who's That Girl', which was released in January of 2017, was charted at #6 on Billboards China. In April 2017, she won the "Breakthrough Female Artist of the Year" award at the 5th Annual V Chart Awards.
In 2019, she left Banana Culture Music and continued her solo activities.