Published Apr 05, 2019Just over a month away from releasing her 13th Floor album, Haviah Mighty has shared another new cut from the record.
Titled "Wishy Washy," the Toronto MC's latest was co-produced by Taabu and A Tribe Called Red's 2oolman, and features a verse from her sister, Omega Mighty. It also arrives alongside a video co-directed by Yung Temi and Shanik, who also helmed the visuals for prior single "Waves."
"The song is about unreliability, and about those who can't commit to others, or even certain thoughts and ideas," Haviah explained in a statement. "It's a light attack on the indecisive types, something we've all experienced in our lives; 'All this time, you probably didn't want me. Like Lauryn and the Fugees, you be killin' softly. So many times you tell me that you're really sorry, but all I really hear is that you're — 'Wishy Washy.'"
13th Floor arrives May 10 and also features Clairmont The Second. You can pre-order the album here. The album follows Haviah Mighty's 2017 album Flower City.