After dropping her cover of A Great Big World's 'Say Something,' Kat Dahlia releases 'Seeds,' a mixtape to hold fans over until her debut album hits stores.

The 21-minute mixtape should serve a solid introduction for those looking to get familiar with Dahlia. There are no features -- just the Miami native showcasing her vocal talents.

'Happy and I Know It' finds the Cuban singer partying it up with no apologies. "Raise your lighters, turn my mic up / Til the night's up, make your move," she growls on the reggae-tinged groove. On the bass-heavy 'I Got Another Man,' Dahlia is torn between two men -- one treats her like a queen, the other plays games. "He always puts me on my pedestal, that's where I stand," she sings.

'Seeds' adds to what has been a come-up year for Dahlia. The 23-year-old songstress released three singles and was featured on DJ Khaled's 'Suffering From Success.'

Dahlia's debut album, 'My Garden,' is expected to be released early next year.

Listen to Kat Dahlia's 'Seeds' Mixtape