Booty Luv, two gorgeous talented women with huge voices belting out silky smooth lyrics over disco grooves. Add this to being signed to one of clublands most notorious labels, Hed kandi, and you have an irrefutable recipe for chart success!
Born of Big Brovaz success the chart topping duo Booty Luv have made quite a splash in the house music pond. Cherise and Nadia parted from the mixed sex R ‘n’ B group Big Brovaz after considerable triumph following there launch in 2002. Having scored numerous hits with songs such as ‘Favourite Things’ and ‘Nu Flow’ Big Brovaz were famed for their unique and diverse musical style.
Four years later and Booty Luv’s debut single saw them blast their way to the top. ‘Boogie 2nite’- a cover of the Tweet song dropped on the Hed Kandi label and peaked at #2 in the UK singles chart spending a total of 8 weeks in the top 10. Not stopping there the ladies released ‘Shine’ which fast became their second top 10 single. Followed shortly by September’s ‘Don’t Mess With My Man’ which, after taking over Radio1’s play list, topping the national club charts, and receiving rave reviews all over the country the track went on be an Ibiza summer anthem in 2007 burning up all of the island’s hottest dance floors.
The sensational ‘Some Kinda Rush’ is the latest track to be lifted from the ladies hit debut album ‘Boogie 2Nite, and is the first the girls have written themselves. An instant hit the track found its way straight onto the Radio1 A list, making top 20 in the UK charts and top 10 in the Netherlands. With the UK’s music press affirming the song as an example of unadulterated pop ecstasy. This proved that the ladies were more than just amazing vocalists and silencing the critics who thought they only did covers.
The album, ‘Boogie 2Nite’, appeared in record stores and immediately became Hed Kandi’s most successful artist album of all time and has already gone Silver. Six months in the making, the record is an amalgam of house grooves, discotheque rapture and serious attitude. ‘Some Kinda Rush’ brought 2007 to a exhilarating close for the Booty Luv ladies.
Performing their farewell gig for Hastings Pride before going onto new ventures.
Alibi have appeared consistently on BBC Introducing The Southincluding a roaring live session earlier this year. Their track “Space, Man”; was tipped recently by the programme to BBC Radio 1 where it was played on the Huw Stephens’ show. This is a full band setup from Alibi so expect pure high-octane fun!
UK Pop Songstress Channy is proving increasingly popular on the festival circuit, with her powerful vocals striking a chord within the music scene. Her down to earth ‘girl next door’ personality shines through both on and off stage and this is only one of the attributes, which has drawn a rapidly growing, loyal fan base her way.
Her commercial, energetic vibe has landed her some impressive support slots for artists such as Jess Glynne, Sigala, Olly Murs, Nathan Sykes, Scouting for Girls and many more.