Tai Mystique proves songwriting talent on ‘Where Do I Go’ EP

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Recommended Tracks:  “Where Do I Go,” “Be Without Me,” “Can You Feel Me”
Artists You May Like: 
Janet Jackson, Aaliyah, Destiny’s Child

Tai Mystique was born to be a musician. At age 13 she became a pianist before transitioning into singing and writing. Her first solo record, Last Summer, was released in 2020 to positive reviews and solidified her as an artist to watch. Now she’s back with her new EP, Where Do I Go, and we’re happy to report that it does not disappoint.

Over the course of her career Tai has garnered comparisons to such artists as Janet Jackson and Aaliyah, and it’s easy to see why. Her smooth and sultry vocals are showcased all over this EP, in particular on the title track and the second single, Toxic,” a song that was selected by Joe Budden as his “sleeper pick” in R&B.

“Be Without Me” is another favorite, starting with a soft guitar part before bringing in a steady beat and the artist’s signature vocals. It’s clear that Tai is a talented songwriter and creates singles that are radio-ready, and this song is no exception.

“Can You Feel Me,” the second to last song on the EP, feels like it could have been a Destiny’s Child hit back in the early 2000’s. A twinkling piano leads to a strong vocal delivery with falsetto harmonies. By the time the chorus comes around you’ll be grooving along. It proves to be a great lead up to “Euphoria,” a song that both manages to be a good closer while leaving us wanting more. Stream Where Do I Go below.

You can listen to Where Do I Go on platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.

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