Mysta woos women on 'Empress Divine'

July 24, 2017

Mysta, an emerging reggae artiste based in Canada, has released his new single, 'Empress Divine', a love song dedicated to the ladies. Sticking to the roots of reggae, the song has a classic lovers' rock feel with warm lyrics of love and romance.

"Empress Divine has a roots rock reggae vibe to it. I think that this makes it more captivating and is the perfect fit for my ultimate debut. When I perform this song, the ladies really love it. It's a love story. It depicts a man professing deep love for a woman," Mysta said.

The single was produced by Rumba Box Records with which he has also inked a management deal. The song is being distributed by Zojak Worldwide and is available on all digital outlets.

The Ottawa-based artiste also released Just Believe this past spring, and he said it was well received in the local communities. The single garnered attention from various local media hubs in Ottawa.

With Empress Divine, Mysta hopes he will have an impact in other parts of Canada, while teaming up with Reeva Ann Walker Media and Rebel Vibez Entertainment.

The singer, who grew up in St Catherine, Jamaica, said that he is in the music business to address topical issues through sweet melodies and his authentic reggae sound.

"I am here to entertain while I teach. I want my listeners to enjoy my music while receiving the message I am sending. My music speaks volume, and it's my duty as an entertainer to bring forth quality music at all times," he said.

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