Musician

Meeghan Henry Tirtasaputra started studying music while attending Millikan Middle School. She went on to be a vocal major at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA), where she was part of the award-winning Vocal Jazz Ensemble. She released her first self-written album entitled When I’m 18 at the age of 14 and continued to release solo music until she was 17, including her two hit singles Crash A Party and They Don’t Know. Her music videos for both singles have gathered over a million views on YouTube each.

She later joined a 12-girl supergroup called Girl Radical, created by JC Chasez from *NSYNC and Golden Globe award-winning producer and songwriter Jimmy Harry. Known as “Baby Radical,” she was the youngest member of the group at age 17. Girl Radical released one single entitled Don’t Get Me Wrong with an accompanying music video before disbanding.

Solo

Girl Radical

 

 

Miss Teen Asia USA

Meeghan Henry Tirtasaputra was crowned Miss Teen Asia USA in 2011 at the age of 16, becoming the first representative from Indonesia to win the title. As an ambassador of goodwill and culture, she advocated for the integration of eastern and western cultures. She also visited schools to promote her personal platform of living above the influence.