|By Marketwired .||
|July 30, 2014 07:30 AM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/30/14 -- Swedish music artist Mizgin gears up for her US tour! The controversial singer first exploded on the pop scene this past May when her single "Get You Off" went viral, garnering over 361,000 views on YouTube to date and placing her at Sweden's #1 position within a few hours of release through HighJAC Productions / Fresh Muzik, distributed by indie powerhouse Entertainment One.
A self-taught talent who infuses music with influxes of her favorite artists, Mizgin first heard the sexy, rhythmic track in studio as it was being promoted to one of the world's biggest pop stars. Immediately, Mizgin set her mind towards claiming it for herself and refused to leave until producing duo Kama agreed to give her the song instead... a decision that ultimately proved correct, as Mizgin molded it into her own unique sound.
"The only thing that is endless in life is your imagination," says Mizgin. "I've never been afraid to use it and believe in it. If I want something, I go get it; no one is going to get it for me."
The success of "Get You Off" and the buzz from its jaw-dropping music video is a more-than-adequate prelude to Mizgin's American launch, when she arrives in Los Angeles this October to perform live at numerous classic musical venues. The release of her debut full-length album is slated for December 2014.
"From the first time we saw her, it was clear that Mizgin is a genuine, original star," said John Sarris, President of HighJAC Productions. "The overwhelming success of "Get You Off" is the first major step in her extraordinary career and I'm excited for what the future holds."
Download "Get You Off" via iTunes.
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