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Haviah Mighty collaborates with Mala Rodríguez on new single ‘Flamenco’

Haviah Mighty has collaborated with Mala Rodríguez on her new single, “Flamenco.”

Mighty produced the track with her longtime collaborator Taabu. The genre-bending track transcends to a new sound entirely. “Flamenco” boasts a dance-worthy instrumental and a super catchy hook that’s sure to get you moving along. With a smooth flow and silky vocals, you’ll find yourself revisiting “Flamenco” again.

“With this one, I wanted to try something different! Inspired by the cultural influences behind flamenco, this song allowed me to be a guest in a new genre,” Mighty explains. “Mala Rodríguez really brought this record home – her verse added authenticity, sensuality and pizzazz. She has a great voice and message, and with her Spanish roots, I felt that she spoke to the energy of the song more directly than I ever could. It’s a feel-good song, with the intention of resonating on a dance floor, with the bass pulsing as heavily as the sweat on one’s brow as they hit their moves. This song is quite literally a vibe!”

Listen to “Flamenco” below.

“Flamenco” serves as the follow-up to Mighty’s Grandtheft collaboration, “Avocado.” Both tracks come from her forthcoming mixtape, Stock Exchange, out this fall. The album will also boast collaborations with Jalen Santoy, Old Man Saxon, and TOBi. Stock Exchange refers to how artists are forced to validate their worth based on data like followers and subscribers.

Haviah Mighty is a special guest at Arkells‘ Long Weekend series at Budweiser Stage tonight (August 13th), August 14th, and 15th. She’s also making her debut at FOCUS Wales in October. You can even check out Haviah Mighty at Riverfest Elora’s Wish You Were Here festival on August 20th, and at CityView Drive-In on August 27th with Shad and Skratch Bastid. Haviah Mighty also recently won the 2021 Prism Prize for her “Thirteen” video. Learn more about that here.

Lead photo courtesy of Yung Yemi.

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