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Steve Evans interviewa StooShe

 

Steve Evans interviewa StooShe on Wednesday 8th February live on his show at 6pm....

StooShe are a three-piece British-Ghanian pop group that originate from SE London, United Kingdom.

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The group, which consists of members Alexandra Buggs, Karis Anderson and Courtney Rumbold, were signed to Warner Music Group in August 2011, releasing their debut single "Betty Woz Gone" on 28 October 2011. The group are set to release second single "Love Me" in March 2012, featuring US rapper Travie McCoy. On 5 December 2011, the BBC announced that the group had been nominated for the BBC's Sound of 2012 poll.

A line in Stooshe's bio describes them as 'Salt N' Pepa meet Odd Future' while the Guardian recently pegged the London trio as an 'X Rated En Vogue'. To some extent, Stooshe's beginnings (they formed in January 2011) resemble that of the usual girlband - two of the members were spotted and recruited in Topshop by a songwriting and stylist team.

But the similarities end there. All three members (Karis, Courtney and Alex) write their own material and have been whipping up a bit of a storm with their infectiously catchy, very sweary and distinctly British brand of urban pop. A support slot on a tour with N-Dubz and a free download (The Stoosh Tape) generated a lot of buzz and before long the trio were paired with producer Futurecut (Wretch 32, Lily Allen, Prof. Green, Plan B) and had landed a deal with Warners.

The video for their first single Betty Woz Gone (based on a true story, it's a sorry tale of a young mother more interested in a good time than looking after her kids) has currently racked up the best part of 200,000 views on Youtube. Expect to hear much much more of these young ladies (with a few bleeps here and there, perhaps).

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