Girl group M.O take the best bits of pop and classic r’n’b and mix them with 21st century production to create a sound we think is pretty special. Check our interview with them from the red carpet of the MOBOs award nominations night…

Jim Ottewill
  • By Jim Ottewill
  • 10 Oct 2013
  • min read
Frankee, Nadine and Annie are M.O, a girl group who inject their pop/r’n’b fusion with some of the finer, more futuristic elements of underground house and garage.

The trio first caused a stir on SBTV with their re-working of Brandy and Monica’s The Boy is Mine in October last year. The performance with Lady Leshurr was the most successful debut in the history of the online channel, securing more than 50,000 views in less than 48 hours.

It’s set them in good stead with the group spending the past year working with an array of producers including Black Butter's Woz, Gorgon City and Hostage, as well as Show N Prove and Loadstar.

The group's first singles Wait Your Turn and Ain't Got Time have made them a mainstay across radio and TV, including BBC1Xtra and Rinse FM, while latest release, Hot, has done even more damage.

M caught the girls on the red carpet of the MOBOs 2013 nominations to ask them how they started out making music and who they’d love to work with…