Mystic collaboration with Major Lazer, Tyga and Bruno Mars
Multiple award-winning dancer Mystic Davis has landed her most notable singing effort to date after collaborating with three international stars for a sultry new single, “Bubble Butt.”
Mystic joined forces with notable hit making group Major Lazer for “Bubble Butt,” which will feature on Major Lazer’s new album, Free The Universe. The finished track was sent to her on her birthday, featuring the additions of prominent singer Bruno Mars and Young Money Cash Money Billionaires (YMCMB) rapper Tyga.
The song was released in mid-April and gained exposure thanks to American rapper 2 Chainz, who played the song at Coachella to mass approval.
“I met Diplo (Major Lazer) two years ago, at Geejam with Timberlee and we kind of hit it off from there,” Mystic explained during an IRIE FM interview. “He liked my sound and we decided to record a couple things at first; samples. Last year, he sent me a Riddim and I wrote to it, recorded the track and sent it back and then, he had sent it back to me and I heard Tyga on the track and found out that the chorus was done by Bruno Mars.”
The prominent dancer/choreographer believes “Bubble Butt” could be the breakthrough hit she has been praying for and plans to release a video for the single in the near future.
In the past, Mystic has scored musically through her collaboration with Leftside, “Want Yuh Body,” while also releasing singles such as the Tony Kelly-produced, You and I as well as Wine Up (Blaqk Sheep Music).
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