Mystic Davis Builds Name As A Dancehall Artiste

There’s a natural “Mystic” growing in the air. Bob Marley’s famous lyric could be attributed to Jamaican dancer & Dancehall artiste, Mystic Davis who is starting to become noted for her musical talents as well as her dancing.

The Portland born beauty developed a love for the performing arts from a very young age; dancing ballet for Titchfield High School Ballet Troupe at only ears old.

She later began dancing to Dancehall music during her days at Wolmer’s Girls School & quickly developed into one of Jamaica’s best dancers.

Her flexible & fast paced dance routines earned her spots in several Dancehall music videos; featuring in Beenie Man’s “Whine Gyal,” Tifa’s “Bottom Of The Barrel” & most recently, Vybz Kartel’s “Go Go Wine” video that was released in June.

She also appeared in videos for renowned international acts such as Gnarls Barkley’s “Goin On” & Sean Kingston & Nicki Minaj’s popular hit “Letting Go.”

Such a strong resume at a young age has labeled Mystic as one of Jamaica’s hottest commodities & has prompted her to share her talents with her locals.

Mystic has choreographed various groups and events during her time & started her “OptiMystic” Dance classes earlier this year to help pass on her skills to persons young & old & also help them keep in shape.

Despite dancing being her main love, Mystic always had one eye on becoming a musician. Daughter of veteran Reggae songstress, Joy White, Mystic began embarking on her journey to become a well-recognized Dancehall artiste; releasing her debut single in 2010 entitled “Wine Up.”

She also collaborated with Macka Diamond and other popular female dancers for the single “Too Much Bull,” which received good amounts of airplay locally & internationally, particularly Canada.

Mystic’s big break as an artiste came when she collaborated with close friend & popular Dancehall artiste, Leftside for the popular “Want Yuh Body” remix last fall; becoming one of 2010?s best songs.

Fast forward to 2011 & Mystic has continued her quest to master both realms of the performing arts; dropping “Wine Up Part 2” on the Bed Squeek Riddim in April. Her most recent release was her track, “Best Thing” on LMR Productions’ Chain Reaction Riddim.

With the combination of swift moves, lyrical ingenuity & sex appeal, Mystic Davis appears to have the goods to succeed within the Dancehall music industry.


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