Platinum-selling R&B group M.O release new track “Ex At The Party”
M.O, the UK’s most important R&B group follow on from their incredible recent single “Choose Sides” ft. AJ Tracey, with their huge new R&B heater “Ex At The Party”.
With their upcoming mixtape in the pipeline featuring new tracks with Toddla T, Conducta, Mr. Eazi and Ebenezer, and supporting Mr. Eazi on his UK tour in November, KC Locke (Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, Mahalia) shot their last video and the girls are now working with Kirx and Louis Browne (Aitch, Billie Eilish) on a visual level, underlining the reputation the R&B group has with London’s hottest creatives.
Following their Platinum hit “Bad Vibe” (over 250M streams across all platforms) and their recent releases “Wondering” ft. Chip, (with a remix featuring Ms. Banks), and “Choose Sides” with Platinum-selling AJ Tracey, M.O are defining themselves as one of the most exciting and relevant female acts in the country right now.
With “Ex…”, London producer Ebenezer crafts a jagged, slurred, bass-heavy instrumental with M.O finessing a trademark on-point vocal performance. It’s a real classic R&B offering that’s sure to continue the interest around a group co-signed by both certified UK rap talent and some of the most exciting emerging producers in the city alike.
Carving a path for themselves working with a select, diverse list of artists (take their Platinum hit “Bad Vibe” that connected Mr. Eazi and Lotto Boyzz) – Annie, Nadine and Chanal’s love for global music and talent has created a unique identity and real homegrown credibility. With their recent collaboration with London’s Wall of Comedy (working with ‘Shiro’s Story’s Alexia) the R&B group imprint themselves across multiple facets of the culture.
With their first sold-out show at London’s Omeara under their belts and critical attention across the likes of GRM DAILY, NOISEY, TRENCH MAGAZINE and THE FADER as well as BBC R1, KISS FM, Capital FM and Capital Xtra, M.O are thriving in their own lane and continue to develop their status as an eclectic, homegrown talent.