Gov Ball After Dark – Presented By Bud Light


Show | 11:59pm

You want a sign of FLO’s stratospheric trajectory? Since the release of the British girl group’s debut single “Cardboard Box” in March 2022, FLO have made history by becoming the first group to ever win Radio 1’s BBC Sound of 2023 and the BRIT Rising Star Award 2023. Having been the first group to ever win the BRIT Rising Star, FLO now follow in the footsteps of global superstars including Adele, Sam Smith and Celeste who all started their career with both accolades. Believing in their “vision from day one,” FLO have become the most hotly tipped British music act of the year, nominated for Best Newcomer at the MOBOs where they made their sublime debut UK TV Awards performance, as well as winning cult platform No Signal’s Yearbook Top Of The Class accolade, breaking records with thousands of votes.

Not only that, but January 2023 started with the release of the “Hide & Seek Remix,” a collaboration with Britain’s biggest rapper Stormzy for his #1 album, after he tweeted “ready when you are girls” following a Capital XTRA video of the group speaking about their dream UK collaboration. Stormzy sent a video message to FLO about the collaboration and also told Stella, Renée and Jorja the incredible news that they had won the BBC Sound Of 2023.

Not only is Stormzy is a fan of the UK’s most exciting new girl group, but R&B and hip-hop luminaries such as Brandy, JoJo, SZA, Victoria Monét and Missy Elliott, as well as girl group royalty — none other than Destiny’s Child’s Kelly Rowland and Sugababes — have all co-signed FLO, helping “Cardboard Box” become the biggest girl group opening statement in over a decade, with 40m global streams, and their debut EP The Lead has reached 100M streams to date. But at the heart of FLO are three ambitious young black women — 20-year-old Renée and 21-year-olds Jorja and Stella — whose immaculate three part harmonies, contemporary take on ’00s R&B and era-defining music videos have connected with hundreds of thousands of R&B fans globally.

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