Mika Means - Spend Ya Money

Posted about 8 years ago
Tags: Mika Means
Producer:
Catalyst
Album:
TBD

Gaining experience as a ghostwriter for Kelis (on Ahh Sh*t!) and a member of Danity Kane member D. Woods’ side project, The Girls’ Club, the multi-talented Mika Means recently inked a recording contract with Universal Motown after only 15 minutes with the label president.  Means, who is tentatively set to release her debut in the first quarter of ‘09, knows exactly what she wants from the men around her, and is willing to tell them up front; she just wants to Spend Ya Money.  The record’s producer lives up to his name; Catalyst provides a beat that will undoubtedly set off a strong reaction amongst experienced radio programmers.  When it comes to bringing her new sound to the ears of listeners worldwide, let’s just say Mika means business.

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