Sweet Female Attitude

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Sweet Female Attitude
Sweet Female Attitude Live at Cardiff University in 2017.jpg
Sweet Female Attitude performing at Cardiff University Students' Union
Background information
OriginManchester, England
Genres
Years active1996–present
Labels
Websiteleannebrownmusic.com
Members
  • Leanne Brown
  • Nekstman
Past membersCatherine Cassidy

Sweet Female Attitude are an electronic music act from Manchester, England. They are known for the UK garage remix of their track "Flowers", written by Martin Green AKA "Shine MC" and Mike Powell, which reached number two in the UK Singles Chart in April 2000.

Biography[edit]

Sweet Female Attitude began in 1996. Mike Powell, then manager / music producer and creator of the original name "Sweet Female Attitude" got together with DJ Shine MC and then 17-year-old singer Leanne Brown and began writing music together, collectively they developed a three-member group comprising Brown, Shine MC, and Charlene Morrison, later Sarah Bridgewood joined. Bridgewood, Green and Morrison eventually left, leaving only Brown and new addition Catherine Cassidy.[1][2]

Discography[edit]

Album[edit]

  • In Person (2001)
No.TitleLength
1."Flowers"3:50
2."8 Days a Week"4:48
3."Don't Tell Me"3:31
4."Rose"3:54
5."Nothing to Lose"3:20
6."Ready for Love"4:06
7."DJ Play It"5:09
8."Dreamin'"3:29
9."Best Friend"6:11
10."New Love"3:40
11."8 Days a Week (Acoustic)"3:10
12."Flowers (Cutfather & Joe Mix)"3:58

Singles and EPs[edit]

  • "Flowers" (2000) - UK #2[3]
  • "8 Days a Week" (2000) - UK #43[3]
  • "DJ Play It" (2000)
  • "Don't Tell Me" (2001)
  • "Part of Me" (with BeeBar & Symphonik) (2016)
  • "Never Kissed You" (with eSquire & Reload) (2017)
  • "Give You My Devotion" (with Rio Dela Duna) (2017)
  • "Never Had Love" (with Fake Remedy) (2017)
  • "No Matter" (with The Peverell Bros" (2017)
  • "Tell Me" (with ILL Phil) (2017)
  • "Every Word" (with eSquire) (2017)
  • "Connected" (2017)
  • "Looking for Love" (2018)[4]
  • "Freak" (2018)
  • "Give It to Me" (with Pagano & Reza) (2018)
  • "Real Love" (2018)
  • "One" (with Danny Blaze) (2018)
  • Vibez EP (2018)
  • Love, Life & Rhythms (2018)

Remixes[edit]

  • "Flowers" – Jamie Duggan Mix (2009)
  • "Flowers" – 2015 mixes
No.TitleLength
1."Flowers (Sam Divine & Curtis Gabriel Mix)"6:37
2."Flowers (Majestic & That Guy Mix)"3:58
3."Flowers (Freejack Mix)"4:49
4."Flowers (ANOTR Mix)"6:13

References[edit]

  1. ^ "In Conversation With The Women Of U.K. Garage". The FADER. Retrieved 23 October 2019.
  2. ^ Wood, Gareth. "Meet the acts". oldham.gov.uk. Retrieved 23 October 2019.
  3. ^ a b "SWEET FEMALE ATTITUDE - full Official Chart History - Official Charts Company".
  4. ^ Currinn, Jonathan (12 January 2018). "Platnum & Sweet Female Attitude Drop "Looking For Love" Single And Remixes". CelebMix. Retrieved 13 January 2018.