Who Do You Think Of?
by M.O

Album: Who Do You Think Of? (2016)
Charted: 18


  • M.O is an English girl band consisting of Annie Ashcroft, Frankee Connolly, and Nadine Samuels. The group's name originated from a lyric in Drake's "The Motto" ("That's my M.O add a B to that") and is short for Modus Operandi.
  • This song was released as a digital download on May 20, 2016 and became the trio's first UK Top 40 hit. Frankee Connolly had previously reached #7 with "Left My Heart In Tokyo" in 2009, when she was one half of the duo Mini Viva.
  • The track was written by with the M.O. trio along with Ferdy Unger Hamilton, Nicholas Listrani, Ryan Sudlow, and Stephen and Fred Gibson. The girls told Sugarscape about the song:

    "'Who Do You Think Of?' was inspired by old school songs like Ne-Yo's 'Do You' and Chingy and Tyrese's 'Pullin' Me Back.' It's relatable for anyone who's been back and forth in a relationship, it's asking who you're missing."


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