REVIEW album Mighloe Desperate Times (EP)

LGBTQ+ Black Artist Mighloe's Empowering EP, Desperate Times

Desperate Times (EP)


Mighloe is a Toronto based singer and songwriter. As a graduate of The Remix Project and SOCAN incubator, this burgeoning artist has been featured on multiple popular R&B platforms such as R&B Radar, and EscapeTracks. With loads of R&B tracks already under belt, I was surprised to learn that she hadn't already released an EP, but here we are and here's Mighloe's debut EP, Desperate Times.

Produced entirely by Dean Vision and LateNightDrive with Mighloe consistently delivering on the lyrical ingenuity and skilled vocals, this EP is a solid body of work that hasn't escaped notice. Built around seven silky R&B singles, it's evident from the streams that fan favourites are 'Cruel', 'Don't Call Me' and 'Rainy Days', the foremost of that has arrived with a live performance video that sounds as good as the original.

“Cruel is my empowerment. It is a reminder of who I once was; Broken. And of the strength it took to put myself back together. The resilience. I am better now. I am free. I am powerful. Your cruelness will never again take a toll on me.”

A proud black woman and a voice from the Pride community, Mighloe continues to make strides proving herself as an artist on the rise.