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British urban trio StooShe followed-up their top five breakthrough single "Love Me
" with this Motown-inspired song about falling for a bad boy. The track was released on June 11, 2012 on Warner Bros Records.
Stooshe collaborated with their writer/manager Jo Perry and former All Saints singer Shaznay Lewis on the tune. The track was produced by drum 'n' bass duo Future Cut who previously helmed "Love Me." They have also worked with Lily Allen, Estelle and Professor Green.
Courtney of StooShe told Digital Spy
that the trio were keen to show off their vocal abilities on this song. "We really like the Supremes," she said. "We're all really singing on this one. I mean, we always sing, but you like really see our range on this song. Hear our tones and styles. It's really good."
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