Omega is an eclectic female singer, songwriter and performance artist with a distinctive lower-register and an amazing skill for arranging. Her sound is a fusion of r&b/jazz and dancehall. She began to perfect her artistic craft from the age of 4 training in classical piano and by age 9, she furthered her love for music and performance with formal vocal lessons and dance training in tap, ballet, dancehall and hip hop. Her early years include opening for acts such as Danny Fernandes, and performing as a dancer with the South African cast of Umoja at Toronto’s Elgin Theatre. 

 

Most notably, her feature on sister Haviah Mighty's Polaris award winning album 13th Floor with hit single "Wishy Washy" has been making waves, with over 200,000+ streams. Not to mention, her 2019 wedding dance video has recently gone viral with over 1 Million + YouTube views. Omega has been seen sharing the stage with sister Haviah at the 2019 Polaris Music Awards, CBC Q, Hillside Festival, Purple Frost and more, opening for acts such as Rick Ross, Kranium and the Arkells. 

 

You can expect her live performance to encompass smooth sultry vocals, vibrant movement and a militant aura. As an integral member of Mighty Gang, Omega wears multiple hats bringing together energetic stage performances as singer-songwriter, producer, and choreographer. 

Fusing R&B harmonies with island vibes, Mighty is making it clear that she's taking over
with an inventive and eclectic angle – for the culture.
Omega Mighty Drops Visuals For “Drip Dreamin’”
Her style unites contemporary R&B and dancehall and is largely responsible for making "Wishy Washy" from 13th Floor one of the stand out tracks on a standout album.
Omega Mighty launches into her verse with a patois twang, making it
very clear what the song is about. 
Haviah and Omega perform and discuss Wishy Washy.
Haviah Mighty performs 'Wishy Washy' featuring Omega Mighty,
for CBC Music's First Play Live.
Haviah Mighty releases video for “Wishy Washy” featuring Omega Mighty
"Getting my sister on the record was a no-brainer." - Haviah Mighty