Mighty Mystic
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Mighty Mystic

Mighty Mystic
Kevin Mark Holness
Born (1980-11-11) 11 November 1980 (age 37)
St Elizabeth, Jamaica
Genres Reggae
Singer-songwriter, record producer
Website www.mightymystic.com

Kevin Mark Holness (born 11 November 1980), better known as Mighty Mystic, is a Jamaican born, Boston, Massachusetts-based reggae artist.[1] He is the younger brother to current Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness.[2]

Born in St Elizabeth, Jamaica, he moved to Boston at the age of nine with his family.[1][3] He began performing as 'Mystic' and broke through with his 2006 single "Riding on the Clouds", which received radio airplay across the East coast of the US.[1] His debut album Wake up the World (2010) included "Revolution", "Riding on the Clouds", "Original Love", and "Slipped Away", with appearances from Shaggy and roots rocker Lutan Fyah.[4]



  • Wake up the World (2010)
  • Concrete World (2014)
  • The Art of Balance (2016)


  • Wake up the World EP (2010)


  • "Riding on the Clouds" (2006)
  • "Revolution" (2008)
  • "Here I Am" (w/ Shaggy (2008)
  • "Slipped Away" (2009)
  • "I Alone" (2010)
  • "Rems Up" (w/ Lutan Fyah) (2010)
  • "Original Love" (2011)
  • "Concrete World" (2013)
  • "Cali Green" (2014)
  • "War (Rumors of War" (2014)
  • "True Love" (2014)
  • "Happy" (2014)
  • "Something Bout Mary" (2016)
  • "How I Rock" (2016)



  1. ^ a b c Gargan, Scott (2014) "Boston reggae singer Mighty Mystic celebrates new CD with Bridgeport show", Connecticut Post, 11 February 2014. Retrieved 1 March 2014
  2. ^ Henry, Davina (19 May 2013). "Mighty Mystic looking to crack 'Concrete World' - Andrew Holness' brother pushes 'hard reggae' from US base". The Gleaner. Jamaica. Retrieved 2015. 
  3. ^ Jackson, Kevin (2013) "Mighty Mystic aims to conquer world", Jamaica Observer, 24 June 2013. Retrieved 11 June 2016
  4. ^ "A Mighty 'Wake Up' call from local reggae artist", The Somerville Times, 3 December 2010. Retrieved 11 June 2016


a* http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20130519/ent/ent2.html (2013)

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