Miss Fairchild Releases “Won’t Be Your Kept Woman”

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“Won’t Be Your Kept Woman” is a four song EP of original music that Miss Fairchild has been producing to follow up on last year’s Pop-Funk opus “Ooh La La, Sha Sha.” The new Pop-kernels are sassy, danceable, masterfully executed using MF’s signature stylings, and sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. And, for the fans that have been in there for the long haul, included is a redo of the band’s very first dance hit “Excuse Me Mr.” entitled “Excuse Me, Sister” – it’s even more bangin’ the second time around!

“Won’t Be Your Kept Woman” is available for purchase only as a download, and can be found at download stores all across the infinity that we call the “World Wide Web”. These outlets include, but are in no way limited to, iTunes, Amazon, Tradebit, etc. Heck, the list goes on! Do a search at your fave download spot and get instant gratifunkation.

And… the mixtape! Once again, world famous DJ/MF producer and cohort Sammy Bananas has crafted a mixtape full of goodies, featuring 4 brand new Blow-Pop tunes by the band that you’re sure to suck on and chew for a while! These songs are masterfully blended into some of MF’s favorite good time treats by the likes of Chaka & Rufus, Terence Trent D’Arby and Amerie to name a few, with some tricks along the way, as well! The link is here:

The press is already rolling in for the EP! Visit this link to read a recent review in the Phoenix:

The band will be celebrating at several CD release parties around the region. Check the calendar for details.