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Canadian r&b-reggae/dancehall fusion artist Omega Mighty has an eclectic sound, switching from Jamaican patois, sultry vocals and an energetic rap flow with confidence. Her 2021 EP "Me & Youforia" put her on the map with the exploration of genres such as r&b, dancehall-reggae, afro-beats and pop.


In 2023, Omega independently released her sophomore EP “Notorious & Noble” featuring lead single “Rush Dem”, earning her a Juno award nomination for Reggae Recording of the year. With over 200,000 project streams on Spotify, the EP peaked at #5 on CFUV’s top 30 charts, #1 on the international chart, #1 on the r&b/soul chart and #47 on !earshot national top 50, landing her the cover of “Fresh Finds Canada” playlist on Spotify. As an alumni of the SOCAN Foundation Entrepreneurship program and VIFF cohort 2023, Omega is trailblazing the Canadian music scene with her unique sound.


Born to a Jamaican father and British-Bajan mother, playing records at home is one of Omega's earliest memories. She started training in classical piano at the age of 4, vocal by age 6 and dance by age 9. Born and raised in Toronto - known as one of the most diverse cities in the world, has exposed Omega to a variety of rich culture, helping to shape her sound. By age 11, Omega and her family relocated to a city on the outskirts of Toronto, known as Brampton, Ontario.


Having recently joined Paquin Artists Agency, Omega has been seen gracing the stages of various festivals including RBC Canadian Open, Canada Day Vancouver, Riverfest, AfrowaveTO and more opening for acts such as Flo rida, Fefe Dobson, Jesse Royal and the legendary band The Wailers. Inspired by 90's r&b and new age music alike, Omega draws influence from artists such as Rihanna, Wstrn, Doja Cat, Missy Elliott, Brandy, Stefflon don and Vybz Kartel.

Her live performance encompasses smooth sultry vocals, vibrant movement and a militant aura. As a multi-disciplinary artist, Omega has joined the Junos as a presenter and movement coach tying together performances for acts such as Bbno$, Maestro Fresh Wes, Tenille Townes and more, wearing titles of singer-songwriter, dancer, producer, host and creative director.

2024 Award Nominee Reggae Recording of the Year - Omega Mighty
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Award-winning artist Omega Mighty shares how the TD Junos Submissions Access Program
has helped her musical journey.
Juno nominated Omega Mighty shares musical journey.
“As a Black, independent artist, it’s really important to be celebrated for your originality, and without having to conform to be heard. It’s an affirmation of the music that you make, but also who you are as a person.”
Award-winning artist Omega Mighty shares how the TD Junos Submissions Access Program
has helped her musical journey.
Mighty first fell in love with dancehall after discovering Vybz Kartel and other popular dancehall artists through passa passa party music and competing in local dancehall crew competitions in the early 2000s
Interview with Omega Mighty.
After teasing out new singles through the first half of 2023, rising R&B-fusion/dancehall artist, Omega Mighty, has returned with “Runaway”
The reggaeton-hip-hop-inspired female empowerment anthem, “Poblano” compares one’s confidence to the heat of a poblano pepper. 
New tracks this week.
Adriel Smiley sits down with Omega Mighty at the Cool Table.
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