For all you budding female vocalists out there, the staff over at the MOBO (Music of Black Origin) organisation have put on their talent search hats and a FANTASTIC opportunity awaits!
Via MOBO website
Over the years MOBO has been synonymous with supporting new emerging musical talent. One such talent was Cherise Roberts who won the prestigious MOBO Unsigned Award back in 2000 and then went on to join the hit British R&B group Big Brovaz. After enjoying several great years with the group, Cherise and fellow member Nadia Shepherd left to form the chart topping dance duo Booty Luv. Signed to superstar management company Shalit Global, the Booty Luv girls are now looking for a third member.
Superstar management company, Shalit Global, the company that manage triple MOBO Award winners N-Dubz, has teamed up with MOBO to find the next big thing to take the UK charts by storm – as the newest member of Dance girl-group Booty Luv! This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate and could be the big break you’ve been looking for!
With their first album going GOLD – Booty Luv are a priority for label Ministry of Sound and are releasing their second album later this year.
We are looking for a lady who fits the below description
– Early to mid 20s
– Cool and sassy, with sex appeal
– Excellent vocals are a must – you will need to be great with harmonies
– Musically needs to have a fundamental understanding and love of dance music
– A really great personality. Needs to live the life and have plenty to say for herself
Click HERE for more information.
Booty Luv’s debut album went Gold in the UK…. hmmmm…. you learn something new everyday…..
It’s strange that they would want to add a third member to the line up, when they have functioned reasonably well as a duo for a number of years now.
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