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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


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Emerging Canadian singer-songwriter Mighloe has unveiled the first single from her forthcoming EP, Desperate Times, produced by Dean Vision and Late Night Drive. Don't Call Me expresses the universal sentiment of reaching your breaking point that often leaves one jaded and weary of love.

Speaking of the track, the singer shares: “Writing Don’t Call Me came from a place of being fed up. There are so many people that come in and out of our lives, and sometimes these people hinder our stability and sense of self. This song was my way of saying “enough!” I will no longer let these people take parts of myself. It’s me realizing that my energy is sacred and will not be disturbed. It’s the final “Fuck You” but say it politely. “Don’t Call Me.””

A graduate of The Remix Project, and SOCAN incubator, the burgeoning artist has been featured on multiple popular R&B platforms such as R&B Radar, and EscapeTracks. Despite the lockdown in 2020, Mighloe’s magnetic live show led her to be commissioned to perform online for Flare Magazine’s Lilith Flare concert series, as well as streamed shows for Greater Toronto Area arts platforms Artscape TO, The Remix Project and Brampton’s The Rose Theatre. Her new project, entitled Desperate Times, will mark her 3rd independent EP release - the first that will be licensed and supported by Toronto based record label Public Records Inc.

Don't Call Me is out now! Listen to the song below.


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