Omega Mighty Uncorks Her Whine Masta

The Toronto artist steps out with a new dance in her latest single and video.


Omega Mighty steps out with her new dancehall track and video Whine Masta — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Inspired by the boundary-pushing Toronto artist’s Jamaican / Bajan heritage, the infectious track is fashioned from electronic strings, deep punching bass, and an infectious melody. The single was conceptualized after Omega Mighty found herself drawn to creating a song that would promote confidence and sensuality. With that idea fresh in her mind, Omega Mighty recalls she “really wanted to push the boundaries with the beauty looks. As a beauty professional, I always want to incorporate clean beauty elements with non-traditional elements.”

Speaking of non-traditional: The accompanying video is set at a barnyard dance party, and features Mighty’s new signature steps. “The choreography features a newly created dance by Toronto dancehall choreographer Jonna Abrams known as the Mega Whine,” Mighty explains. “Named after myself, the simple dance is a sensual yet majestic whine that mirrors the song’s aesthetic.”

Watch Whine Masta above, hear more from Omega Mighty below, and keep up with her on her website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and TikTok.