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.”