Mizgin is a Swedish music artist that is making her debut here in the United States with her sexy, fierce music and intoxicating voice. Already turning heads and rocking stages around the Globe, Mizgin boasts a raw and enthusiastic energy coupled with an eclectic sound that is immediately felt in her music.
A true artist to her core, Mizgin dreamed of hitting the top of the charts ever since she first started singing, writing, and performing as a young girl. She traveled to America in 2013 and serendipity brought her together with Kama, the talented production duo responsible for the creation of “Get You Off.” Mizgin first heard the rhythmic track in the studio as it was being promoted to Rihanna. Immediately, Mizgin set her mind towards claiming it for herself and convinced Kama in her favor…a decision that ultimately proved correct, as she molded it into her own unique sound.

“Get You Off” released as Mizgin’s promotional single, hitting #1 on iTunes in Sweden and skyrocketing her career to new heights. Keeping the momentum going, Mizgin teamed up with noted director Carter B Smith (NERD, Snoop Dog, Wyclef Jean) for the official music video, which went viral, hitting YouTube’s Most Watched page in first 48 hours of release and s​pent twelve weeks in the Top 20 of​M​TV’s Most Popular music videos.
As a confident and driven individual, Mizgin explains, “The only thing that is endless in life is your imagination, so never be afraid to use it and believe in it. If you want something, go get it; no one is going to get it for you. You may get help along the way, but the only one that can truly take you where you want to go is you.”

Femme Fatale Mizgin continues to turn heads, with her official debut single, “If I Said I’m In Love (Suicide)” boasting raw, enthusiastic energy and a banging dance pop club sound.

“‘If I Said I’m In Love (Suicide)’…is a mid­tempo pop stunner with an urban twist, which could easily find its way into the clubs — thanks to Mizgin’s sultry and commanding vocals.”­ Idolator

“Keep your eyes out for Mizgin in the future, it won’t be long before she moves on from Sweden to dominate the US pop scene.”­ EARMILK