Bio

Singer/songwriter Misha Fair is a product of a musical family that hails from Atlanta, GA. From RCA to Atlantic Records, Misha’s mother, father and grandparents all have had major label success. As a result, she spent most of her early childhood development in the same studios as Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the SOS Band, Isaac Hayes and many other music legends. As a child, Misha Fair trained as a classical vocalist but found her passion in jazz, hip hop and the gritty alternative sound of the mid 90s.
In 2004, Misha Fair heard an independent demo of Janelle Monae and became determined to work with her team. By 2008,
Misha became a part of the Wondaland Arts Society “family”. While working there, Misha sang vocals on a collaborative single of David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream”, which starred Janelle Monae and alt-experimental band, Of Montreal and also featured vocals by Roman Gian Arthur, and indie Afropunk bands Deep Cotton and Tendaberry. After departing from the team, Misha went on to manage several studios in her hometown of Atlanta, while simultaneously maintaining a career as Vocal Coach, Singer-songwriter and Performance Artist.
Misha Fair is a diverse performance artist with live performance and studio experience ranging from singing in the Netherlands with Natalie “The Floacist” Stewart of the group Floetry to writing and recording records with Case, Bad Boy’s Mason Betha, Jazze Pha, and David Banner. Currently, Misha Fair is working with super producer Mark “Chop Diesel” Curry of 3 Kingz Empire (formerly Tha Dream Team) along with a team of incredible artists and producers on her widely anticipated EP, “Venus in Retro”.
The eclectic influences surrounding Misha Fair have molded her into an extremely well rounded artist. Misha balances bold, nostalgic vocal arrangements and honest lyrical content which is described as a soulful blend of folk, hip hop, alternative and pop.

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