With a new single worthy of dominating the charts, Mike Taveira dropped Karma. Powered by VEVO, the official music video for Karma premiered on the 29th of October featuring glittery pop hooks combined with some R&B vocals. Call it a pre-Halloween gift but Mike Taveira looks fit in the super short shorts and a headband.
This breakup anthem is for anyone who feels like their ex has yet received the karma they deserve. The music video for Karma was released in collaboration with Canada’s Drag Race star Lemon. The queer ally has made music that not only speaks for the time. His visual representation of sexuality in music videos explores various placements on the LGBTQIA+ flag.
“I do believe in karma and I do believe she is coming. She just likes to wait for the perfect timing and I was impatient, which led to the song,” Taveira writes. “We wanted to have a simple but effective video to showcase how it feels to constantly receive karma on your end and the result came to dodgeballs being decked at my face.”
Following the release of his singles ‘Curious’ and ‘Heart’, he grabbed the attention of tastemakers like Billboard Pride, Gay Times, and PRIDE. Mike grew up without any openly pansexual figures to look up to, so he knew that his personal journey needed to be expressed through his own music. Mike Taveira showcases his infectious R&B-pop sensibilities while tackling the complexities of vulnerability and sexual identity. With an underlying message that preaches truth to self, he is set to become a force in the evolution of queer pop music.