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Readers say hello to female artist Haviah Mighty. Originally born in Toronto, she is putting on for Canada. She got into music and language at a young age. She had her fair share of music based opportunities growing up from television appearances to Broadway auditions. She stepped up her game in her teens in order to take her craft to the next level and it paid off. In 2009, she won a competition hosted by Chris Brown‘s entertainment imprint and has been on the rise ever since. She has a handful of projects under her belt as well as noteworthy performances and the successful completion of a Music Industry Arts program. Her goal is to ensure that her name and her music are never to be forgotten.

Her team recently sent over a remix she did to “DnF” by mainstream artists: P. Reign, Drake, and Future. She stuck to the original production. Which happens to be pretty dope. It consists of: a refined bass, debonair supporting details, a breezy tempo, and a nonabrasive vibe. The hooks is where the remix comes into play. Haviah adds her own little flavor to the segment initially done by Drake & Future and kills it. Her vocals are A1 and the lyrics are fetching. The verses are kosher. Haviah interlaces her sweet sounding harmonies with a businesslike flow, clever wordplay, and impressive rhymes. She does a first-class job of representing the female perspective on partying and casual hook-ups. A handful of striking lines are: “Life is hard til they get you. B—h I ball and I dribble. Kid my art leave you crippled. It’s cause I sex art official. In a cell I get sickle. I work hard. I’m not sorry. Hit my targets with missiles. Then hop from party to party. With my army, my b—hes. And we not far from Atari. Never wanted to diss. But I’m at the bar for Bacardi. Now you trying to swoon me. Brought the bottle right to me. Let you chill in our booth. I figure you bought it to view me.” One has to revel in the skills demonstrated in those bars right there. Overall, this is a winning remix.

**My Two Cents: I dig Haviah Mighty. She has a great singing voice and her flow is pretty on point too. I think she did a fantastic job with this remix. She blended in perfectly with the beat and her content was slick. I definitely will be keeping an ear out for more from the Canadian diva in the future. Especially 100% original tunes. So keep it locked to the site. Readers can check out Haviah via her website (see above) or follow her on Twitter and like her on Facebook. -MinM