Studio B (group)

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Studio B
Origin UK
  • Harry Brooks
  • Simon Hulbert
  • Lewis Coleman

Studio B are a trio consisting of Harry Brooks, Simon Hulbert and Lewis Coleman. The original version of their debut single, "I See Girls (Crazy)" featuring Romeo, made number 53 in the UK Singles Chart in December 2003.[1] The track was then re-released in 2005 using a Tom Neville electro remix of the track, and it reached number 12. The appendant music video shows a man being chased by a group of girls reminiscent of a skit from the movie Monty Python's The Meaning of Life.[2] In 2010, a thirty-second clip of the song was used in a commercial for Tide Detergent with Acti-Lift.

The follow-up single "C'mon Get It On" was released in April 2006, featuring singer Kelly Beckett who is now a member of the Paradiso Girls. Since 2006, Studio B have also worked with singer Lisa Maffia on her album to be released April 2009, including writing the track, "Bad Girl At Night", which reached number 4 on the UK dance chart.[3]


  1. ^ polyhex
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 537. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
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