LH Album Review: FLO: The Lead

New black girl group, FLO, brings back R&B realness with their debut EP.


Wisdom Konu, Culture Editor

Destiny’s Child. Blaque. TLC. 3LW. All R&B girl groups. What seems to have disappeared from the industry has returned with British girl group, FLO. Composed of Stella Quaresma, Jorja Douglas and Renée Downer, FLO has brought back a style reminiscent of the early 2000’s – when R&B groups topped the charts.

The group first released their debut single, “Cardboard Box,” then released their follow-up song, “Immature.” Their debut EP is comprised of 5 songs, with “Cardboard Box” and “Immature” being 2 of them. The B-sides that stand out are “Feature Me” and “Summertime”. “Feature Me” contains an addictive drumbeat and the lyrics discuss them attempting to pursue someone that catches their eye, changing it up in terms to their other songs. “Summertime”, a fun R&B catchy song perfect for the summer.

With FLO bringing back nostalgic memories with their music, it is safe to say that they have a bright future ahead of them as they continue to release quality music that shows their range and melodious voices.