Not since the Spice Girls era has a woman embraced the “Girl Power” mantra and added her own cholesterol building goodness.
Mia Borders’ album Southern Fried Soul is pure New Orleans; it’s infused with soul and sex appeal, and it oozes musical talent. The album taps into every emotion, making it relatable to the listeners. Borders ventures into tales of infidelity, lust, and heartbreak, all with her sensual vocals and alluring confidence.
“Sustenance” is a passionate track, mixed with provocative lyrics and a hip-grooving beat that couldn’t be any sexier. Borders pulls at the heart seams with “The Very Best Part of Me,” singing about reluctantly letting her love go – the perfect break up song. In “Scream,” Borders brings out her claws after her lover has been unfaithful and challenges his decisions with bold and almost arrogant statements: “You’ll wish [you’d] never done it/You’ll pray it’s all a dream/You’ll start to question/Was it worth it just to hear her scream?”
The album takes so many twists and turns, it’s hard to tell what kind of Borders you’ll get. Overall, with Mia Borders’ strong, sultry vocals and talented backing band, Southern Fried Soul is finger lickin’ good.