The Fagget Fairys are new lesbians on the musical block. The Copenhagen duo is preparing to storm the charts with a collection of tunes blending ghetto-funk, sensual vocals and a touch of saucy Balkan rhythms.

Elena Carli Cosovic ­-” better known as MC Ena -” and her fiancee Carla Hjort, aka DJ Sensimilla, are already one of the biggest acts in Denmark and they are hoping to recreate that success on Australian shores.

MC Ena, a Yugoslavian refugee and model, says she met Hjort at a nightclub and instantly fell in love.
They discovered a mutual passion for electronic music and within three years had released a debut single, Feed The Horse, and an album of the same name.
Feed The Horse is a universal term for pleasuring a woman by stimulating her punani [vagina] with a flat hand -” no pointy fingers, please, MC Ena said.
We wanted to make a banging lesbian pop anthem and we really wanted to make an album that represented our love for many genres and sounds.
You can call it our mixtape -” it’s a fusion of different people who share the same passion.

The [album] tracklisting is very much about creating a journey. It was important never to get to the point where you as a listener think you know what is next. We wanted it to be cohesive as well as varied.

The girls recorded the album in New York, working with Rasmus Bille Bähncke, who has helped produce tunes for Elton John and the Backstreet Boys.

Although no firm dates have been set, the Fagget Fairys are hoping to visit Australia at the end of the year.

In the meantime, you can catch plenty of their outrageously camp live performances on YouTube.

We take it one day at a time and have fun with what we wear but most importantly, we want to be ourselves, and not let the clothes wear us, MC Ena said.

I believe we empower women in our music, but perhaps not in a deep philosophical way but more in an -˜enjoy and embrace life’ way.

At the end of the day, it’s the amazing adventure that our love is which keeps us going.

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