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Online sensations StooShe to release debut single ‘Betty Woz Gone’ on November 28th

Online sensations StooShe to release debut single ‘Betty Woz Gone’ on November 28th

on Warner Bros. Records

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StooShe’s debut single ‘Betty Woz Gone’ caused a huge stir when its accompanying lyrics video was unveiled last week. Within a day, the video had been viewed over 100,000 times, making it YouTube’s most viewed music video in the UK and the 14th most viewed in the world. Retweeted by the likes of Ed Sheeran, Rizzle Kicks and Wretch 32, it prompted Time Out to describe them as “A fresh voice in UK R&B.”

The single is now set to be released on November 28th on Warner Bros. Records.

Based on a true story, ‘Betty Woz Gone’ describes a mum who’s more interested in partying and doing drugs than looking after her children. Produced by Futurecut, it’s the perfect introduction to StooShe; unapologetic, completely unlike anything you’ve heard before and bursting with personality.

In addition to ‘Betty Woz Gone’, StooShe have a whole album’s worth of tracks, produced in the main by Futurecut (Lily Allen, Plan B, Professor Green, Kelis), ready to unleash upon unsuspecting ears. Key tracks include ‘My Man Music’, a reggae based riddem with a dance routine, and ‘In-Bred City’, an ode to a place they know.

Utterly uninterested in following the formula, this London-based three-piece have not only disregarded the girlband code of conduct, they’ve ripped it into teeny tiny shreds. They swear, they talk about sex, they wear weird clothes, they have (gasp) opinions and they’re really funny. Oh and they can sing. Really, really sing.

Boisterous, mischievous, outgoing and witty, Alex Buggs, Courtney Rumbold and Karis Anderson are three brilliantly distinct personalities, as attainable as they are aspirational. Doing away with outdated ideas, when it comes to who they are and the music they make, StooShe are determinedly deconstructing stereotypes. Packed full of provocative, punchy wordplay, cutting-edge choruses and three incredible vocals, their sound is as bold as it is edgy. Filling a huge gap in the girlband market, StooShe deliver a ‘90s sensibility with a futuristic sound. Describing their entire philosophy as ‘GhettRo’, they combine Salt & Pepa with Odd Future, En Vogue with Jay-Z and TLC with The Supremes.

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