Studio B

Simon Hulbert, Lewis Coleman & Harry Brooks

Also known as S Studio B., Studio B., StudioB
Members of Studio B: Harry Brooks, Lewis Coleman, Si Hulbert

Discography of Studio B:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I See Girls / Why Can't You Free Some Beats 2 Audio 2003 Plan B
2 I See Girls 2 Audio 2005 Boss
3 I See Girls 6 Audio 2005
4 I See Girls 3 Audio 2005-03-14
5 I See Girls 4 Audio 2005 Badabing Records
6 I See Girls 3 Audio 2005
7 I See Girls 6 Audio 2005 Data Records
8 I See Girls 8 Audio 2005-04-28 Spinnin' Records
9 I See Girls (Crazy) 9 Audio 2005-05-00 Big Star Records
10 I See Girls (Crazy) 4 Audio 2005-07-00 Universal Licensing Music (ULM)
11 Ali B Presents: Y4K Part One 2 Audio 2005 Distinct'ive Breaks
12 I See Girls 4 Audio 2005 Motivo Productions
13 C'mon Get It On 5 Audio 2006-01-00 Loaded Records
14 C'mon Get It On 7 Audio 2006-01-00 Loaded Records
15 I See Girls (Jac Remix) 3 Audio 2006-03-00 Not On Label (JAC Series)
16 C'mon Get It On 2 Audio 2006-02-20 Loaded Records
17 C'mon Get It On 3 Audio 2006-04-00 Loaded Records
18 C'mon Get It On 8 Audio 2006-04-10 Loaded Records
19 I See Girls 8 Audio 2004 Vinyl Pusher Records
20 C'mon Get It On 7 Audio 2006 Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Australia)
21 I See Girls (Crazy) 6 Audio 2003 Multiply Records
22 I See Girls (Crazy) 5 Audio 2005 Tanga Records
23 I See Girls (Crazy) 2 Audio 2003 Multiply Records
24 I See Girls 3 Audio 2005 Data Records
25 I See Girls (Crazy) 3 Audio 2003 Multiply Records
26 C'mon Get It On 8 Audio 2006-01-22 Loaded Records
27 C'mon Get It On 4 Audio 2004-02-06 Loaded Records
28 C'mon Get It On 4 Audio 2004-09-06 Loaded Records
29 C'mon Get It On 8 Audio 2006-01-22 Loaded Records


Originally an RnB act from London, Studio B are now considered as an electro-house act.

After reaching the dizzy heights of number 53 in the UK with debut single 'I See Girls (Crazy)' back in December 2003, there didn't look to be much left in the Studio B project. However, all changed when [l=Boss] picked up on [a=Tom Neville]'s electro reworking of the track early 2005.

The single was released in conjunction with [l=Data Records] and charted at a respectable number 12 in April 2005. The follow-up single 'C'mon Get It On' was released in April 2006 as the trio look to build on the success and release an album.


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