The daughter of veteran Reggae star, Joy White, Mystic has established her own legacy as an all-rounded performance artiste. She’s already starred in several music videos for internationally-acclaimed artistes such as Gnarls Barkley (Going On), Miike Snow (The Rabbit), Sean Kingston & Nicki Minaj (Dutty Love) as well as Vybz Kartel (Go Go Wine) to name a few.. Additionally, she’s performed during on stage performances from international figures such as hip-hop superstar, Ludacris, Ruff Ryders first lady, Eve and even taught World Record holding/Olympic Gold medal winning sprinter, Usain Bolt a few dance moves.
In addition to her music video resume, the Portland native stamped her authority as a deejay in 2010; starring alongside prominent veteran deejay, Macka Diamond as well as top-draw disc jock, ZJ Sparks, amongst othersfor the female empowerment anthem, Too Much Bull. However, it was when Mystic joined forces with Dancehall singjay, Leftside for the pulsating remix of their chart-topping collaborative single, Want Yuh Body.
The remix made her a reputable force as an artiste; showing lyrical dexterity that few young artistes consistently display.
Already in 2012, Mystic featured on the third edition of the highly regarded Shaggy and Friends charity event and won her third consecutive Youth View award for Best Female Dancer earlier this month; adding to previous accolades, including the HYPETV Award for Best Female Dancer. Currently, she’s nominated in the Female Dancer of the Year category for the 3rd annual Carivibez Video Web Awards.
Additionally, flexibility and visibility showcased on a regular basis through her dancing exploits, plus sultry looks to match copped Mystic a top 10 spot on a recent list of the Jamaican Music Industry’s Sexiest Female Personalities, co-compiled by DancehallUSA.com and Examiner.com. The popular entertainer also continues to build her name overseas as she recently travelled to South America.
Musically, Mystic is now a part of legendary, Grammy-winning producer, Tony ‘CD’ Kelly’s K-Licious record label, which features fellow emerging artistes such as Dre Zee and Malica Martin. Kelly’s upcoming production, the 1st Quarters Riddim, will feature work from Mystic also.
She accredits much of her mainstream success as a musician, in part, to Germaine ‘Mafia McKoy’ Clarke, more popularly known as Blaqk Sheep, who was thefirst producer to instill his faith in her and voice her. Clarke produced Too Much Bull as well as her first solo single, Wine Up in 2011.
With such an accomplished resume’ in her early 20s, there’s certainly a natural Mystic glowing through the air with this breakthrough talent.