The discography of British girl-group Stooshe consists of one studio album, one mixtape, eight singles (including one promotional track and one as a featured artist) and ten music videos. The group released their debut single, "Love Me" featuring Travie McCoy, in March 2012; where it debuted at number five on the UK chart. A second single, "Black Heart", was released in June 2012; peaking at number three.
However, Stooshe later announced the album would be self-titled and would be released on 26 November 2012. On 15 November, Robert Copsey from Digital Spy reported that the album's release would be delayed until March 2013. A statement from the group explained "Following a late rush of creativity which has seen them write some of the best songs of their career, Stooshe have decided to delay the release of their début album until March 2013 so they have. time to record these songs for inclusion on the album . Stephen Unwin, writing for the Daily Express, said "It feels like.
In its place was an 11-track dawdle through love balladry that was soupier than a Campbell’s factory. However, just before release, the album was pulled due to ‘a late rush of creativity which has seen them write some of the best songs of their career’. Thus, their murdering of TLC’s ‘Waterfalls’, has gone and the Girls Aloud-esque single ‘Slip’ joins the ‘Fireworks’-lite ‘Round 2’ in booting out a couple of the shmaltzier numbers
The rise of Stooshe couldn't be better timed. The south London trio's effortlessly assured debut combines classic 1960s soul, streetparty reggae, upfront electro-pop, cackling Night Bus backchat and shameless sexual innuendo. And there is nothing not to love about it. Vacancy hereby filled. More about Alternative Rock Caribbean Music London New Wave Pop Reggae And Dub South London. Independent culture newsletter. The best in film, music, TV & radio straight to your inbox.
Turning Me On" contains excerpts from "If I Love You" as performed by Little Anthony & The Imperials. Used courtesy of United Artist Records, under license from EMI Music Marketing
London girl group Stooshe have done pretty well for themselves since their formation in 2010. Originally moulded as an ‘urban’ version of the spice girls, (yes, really) they may not have become as legendary just yet, but their catchy, soulful music with its sixties vibe and plenty of attitude has definitely made them stand out from the crowd.
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There are plenty of reasons to like Stooshe's debut album, which has arrived six months late after accusations of label. Thus, the fact that Stooshe first came onto the scene back in the spring of 2011 and are only now releasing their debut album makes them appear comparatively lacklustre in their approach.
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