mISS YOU MITCH

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Kama Ruby as Kat Foxe!
 
She’s a hot mess, but you love her anyway. Kat went from being raised in a trailer park, and bartending in a local dive bar, to living the good life with a nice guy in a suburban neighborhood. She was a hard core party girl until she found the guy who’d take her away from it all.

 

The EP, “Miss You, Mitch,” visits four stages of Kat Foxe’s life. “You're Replaceable” relaying the first stage, is Kat’s response to a loser of a lover who underestimates and belittles her. She knows he’s up to no good, and since she pays the damn bills anyway, he can just get on out.

 

“Miss You, Mitch” is a time in Kat’s life when her partying got the best of her, and she begs a lover to give her “one more second chance.” She’s beginning to take an inventory of her life at this point and knows it’s gonna have to change. “You Either Love Me, or You Don’t” shows Kat at a stage where she’s aware she’s getting older. Her looks and her body are no longer text book perfect. But, she is thinking with a clearer head, and though she may not be perfect, she’s confident enough to proclaim, “You Either Love Me, or You Don’t.” 

 

“More Time for Me,” represents a final stage. Kat Foxe sensing the urgency felt by all suburban women who just don’t have enough time to themselves. Getting to those appointments at the salon on time, lashes, massages, facials, getting to all those networking events, and lunches with girlfriends is just exhausting. There’s just not enough time in the day to do it all, Is there?

 

But, here is the truth. Kat Foxe still messes up all of the time - just in a different way. Though she was the girl taken out of the party, you simply can’t take the party out of the girl. Kat will cycle through all of the stages over and over again, Because, that’s just how she rolls. Like the song says, "You either love her or you don’t." Don’t like it? Remember. "You're replaceable." She’ll need you to give her a second chance if she goes too far.  Lastly, if she’s not operating on your time line, it’s because she needs more time for herself. Just hold on to your britches. She’ll come around.

"Kama is a unique creator who always has a “fresh take”, with the skills to pull off anything she feels like doing… this great little EP gets a MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED rating...."

 

Dick Metcalf

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