Exclusive to MUZU.tv, this video features a full in-depth interview with London-based R&B group StooShe members Alexandra Buggs, Courtney Rumbold and Karis Anderson. Not your typical girl band, these girls run riot with an intoxicating blend of urban pop, hip-hop and R&B but their influences stretch even further than that. In typically charismatic fashion, the StooShe girls hold nothing back in this exclusive interview with MUZU.tv. The girls talk about their upcoming projects and live gigs, the school of music that has come to influence their unique style, the secrets behind the patented StooShe brand of fashion and reveal which one of the girls has the chops to make it on their own. The hard-working anti-divas’ first single ‘Love Me’ was released on 14 March 2011 and features the US rapper Travie McCoy. StooShe have also recorded a music video for a cover of Ini Kamoze’s track ‘Here Comes The Hotstepper’ at the Wireless Festival in Hyde Park in 2011. With roots in R&B, hip-hop and pop music, StooShe are set to release their debut EP ‘Swings & Roundabouts’ in June 2012 on Warner Music UK.
We are signing you in, please wait.
Signing you out...