Chase Mo | Shut The World Out

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Shut The World Out

by Chase Mo

A cool mix of R&B and funky soul
Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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1. Work It Out
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2. When The Morning Comes
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3. Fire
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4. Right But Yet Wrong
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5. Speed
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6. Gotta To Let You Go
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7. Shut The World
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8. Habibi
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9. Cha-Cha
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10. Got You Screamin
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Album Notes
Looking at the three sisters who comprise Chase Mo is a bit surreal. A bit fanciful. Almost too good to be true. Their combination of beauty, talent and intelligence is the stuff that dreams are made of, the stuff that ambitious music scouts look for when trying to concoct the perfect group. But with Chase Mo, one need only look from one sister to the next. A single glance and it's clear that these ladies are music's new dreamgirls. Comprised of Anab, Basma, and Fatima, Chase Mo could very well be the new model for girl groups: sophisticated enough to appeal to grown folks yet edgy enough to wow younger audiences. Chase Mo are not new to the music industry. The sisters first hit the scene in 2004 under the wing of producer Vangard (Dizzee Rascal/Elizabeth Troy). The girls' super tight harmonies and fresh flavour made fans take notice. Still, the world only tasted a tiny morsel of the talent that Chase Mo bring to the table this time around. Says Fatima, "The difference is that now we're older. Our music sounds a little bit more mature." Adds Basma "On the first releases we didn't always manage to write the way we wanted to. On this EP, it's different because our music is actually coming from us in every aspect, in every way." And what's coming from Chase Mo now is a reflection of what goes on in the lives of their peers. Says Anab "We're writing our own music and we're targeting our own audience so we're getting everybody. Basma and Fatima are more crunk and ready to dance. I'm more laid back and take life more seriously, so our music reflects that." She continues "We write the music that we can relate to, that we want to dance to and get lively to in a club. It's definitely a good thing when you can portray your style and what everybody else your age, older or younger, is listening to." The infectious lead single "Work It Out" produced by Andy Mac finds Chase Mo coming out the gate fresh and sassy with JP (Craig David)firing the rap section. Says Anab "All five of us (inc. JP and Andy Mac) put our heads together for this song. We put our ideas down and thought about what young people wanted to hear nowadays. Being from South London, we had to add that London feel to it. We gotta represent where we're from." The result is a sexy street sizzler that is a sure bet for the clubs and the airwaves as well


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WoW !!!
This is hot!!! I couldnt stop movin my feet! Great job! Peace and luv Vo MVP