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Slip (song)

“Slip” is a song by British girl-group Stooshe from their debut album London with the Lights On. Produced by Future Cut, it was released as the album’s third single by Warner Music UK from 12 May 2013. Stooshe released the official artwork for the single on 20 March 2013. “Slip” is about a partner who has become comfortable in a relationship and has forgotten how to be romantic.
The song has a Motown sound, which Karis Anderson said gave the group their sense of fun back. The accompanying music video was directed by Bryan Barber and released on 25 March 2013. It depicts the group singing the track in a bowling alley, while performing retro choreography.

My Man Music

“My Man Music” is a song by British girl-group Stooshe from their debut album London with the Lights On. Produced by Future Cut, it was released as the album’s fourth single by Warner Music UK from 28 July 2013. “My Man Music” is a reggae themed song about being in love with music so much, it is like an alternative to having a partner. It is also about appreciating different types of music. The song was recorded in 2010 and has its own dance routine It was described by group member Alexandra Buggs as having a “summer feel”. The accompanying music video was directed by Courtney Phillips and released on 20 June 2013. It depicts the group singing the track at a roof party.

Love Me (Stooshe song)

“Love Me” is a song by British girl group Stooshe, featuring vocals from American rapper Travie McCoy. The song was released in the United Kingdom on 4 March 2012 as the lead single from the group’s debut album, London with the Lights On (2013).[1]

The original version of the track, “Fuck Me”, was first released online in March 2011.[2] The version featured rapper Suave Debonair and was accompanied by the release of a music video.[3] The track (and the accompanying video) were removed from websites, including YouTube, in August 2011 following Stooshe’s signing to Warner Music UK.

It was then announced in November 2011 that the group would re-record and release the track as “Love Me” in March 2012, this time featuring American rapper Travie McCoy.[4] The re-recorded track, produced by Future Cut, was uploaded to the group’s official site on 4 January 2012 – with confirmation of the track serving as the lead single for their debut album.[5]

Love Me (Stooshe song)

“Love Me” is a song by British girl group Stooshe, featuring vocals from American rapper Travie McCoy. The song was released in the United Kingdom on 4 March 2012 as the lead single from the group’s debut album, London with the Lights On (2013).[1]

The original version of the track, “Fuck Me”, was first released online in March 2011.[2] The version featured rapper Suave Debonair and was accompanied by the release of a music video.[3] The track (and the accompanying video) were removed from websites, including YouTube, in August 2011 following Stooshe’s signing to Warner Music UK.

It was then announced in November 2011 that the group would re-record and release the track as “Love Me” in March 2012, this time featuring American rapper Travie McCoy.[4] The re-recorded track, produced by Future Cut, was uploaded to the group’s official site on 4 January 2012 – with confirmation of the track serving as the lead single for their debut album.[5]

The official music video to accompany the re-recorded version of “Love Me” featuring Travie McCoy was released online on 16 January 2012.[9] Directed by Matt Stawski,[10] the video sees the trio and McCoy partying in a fictional hotel.

Lock Down

“Lock Down” is a song by British girl-group Stooshe from their upcoming untitled sophomore album. It is a song with live instruments, strong beats and thick synths. The video was directed and produced by Damien Sandoval. It includes a cameo from America’s Next Top Model and Guess model Dom Benjamin, it was filmed in Los Angeles and at HM Prison Kingston in Portsmouth. The track was released on 15 January 2016. It has two official remixes.

Black Heart (Stooshe song)

“Black Heart” is a song by British girl group Stooshe, taken from their debut album London with the Lights On (2013). Produced and written by Future Cut in collaboration with Jo Perry and Shaznay Lewis, it was released as the album’s second official single by Warner Music UK from 15 June 2012. “Black Heart” is a ballad with a “Motown-esque” feel about it. Group member Courtney Rumbold revealed the song showcases Stooshe’s different range, tones and styles. The lyrics to “Black Heart” talk of the issues of being in a relationship with a cheating lover. The cover art for “Black Heart” was released on 17 May. It depicts the girls in illustrated outfits and Jenny Mensah of 4Music called it “loud, bright and colourful”.[2]

Critical reception of the song has been generally positive. Rhik Samadder from The Guardian called “Black Heart” an “homage to 60s girl group melodrama”,[3] while 4Music’s Nicolle Weeks branded it “a classic tune to swoon to”.[4] The accompanying music video was directed by Matt Stawski and released on 29 April. It was shot in Los Angeles using vintage cameras and the setting uses a mixture of themes similar to those featured in the musicals Dreamgirls and Hairspray. The video depicts Stooshe as a girl group from the Sixties on the set of a television show. It shows band member Alexandra Buggs in a relationship with the host of the television show and him cheating on her with an assistant.

Betty Woz Gone

“Betty Woz Gone” is a song by English girl group Stooshe. It was written by Iyiola Babalola, Darren Lewis and Jo Perry, and produced by Babalola and Lewis under their stage name Future Cut. “Betty Woz Gone” was released as a promotional track on 28 October 2011 by Warner Music UK. The song is based on the true story of a mother who sold her body to help fund her addictions. Group member Courtney Rumbold explained that Stooshe wanted to highlight the serious issues of alcohol and other drug abuse, making it clear that what Betty does is not cool. While the real woman did not die, Stooshe wanted to take their story to the extreme.

The lyrics to “Betty Woz Gone” consist of “cheeky ad-libs” and “black humour”, which are told over “seductive synths” and “piano-rolling grind funk”. The group have added their adaptation of the theme tune to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air towards the end. “Betty Woz Gone” received positive reviews from critics and it was added to BBC Radio 1’s in New Music We Trust playlist. The accompanying lyric video, which was released on 29 September 2011, shows the lyrics in a bright graffiti style. On the day of its release, the video was watched 100,000 times, making it that day’s most viewed music video in the UK and the 14th most viewed music video in the world.

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