How do you say 30h 3?

3 (pronounced “three oh three”) is an American electronic music duo from Boulder, Colorado, made up of Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte.

What ever happened to 3OH 3?

Their 2013 follow-up, Omens, was met with mixed reviews and ultimately fell short of expectations. After this, the band disappeared from the public eye, with the exception of a few sporadic performances. In August of 2015, however, the band said they have “over 40 new songs written.” Yesterday, August 27, 3OH!

Where is the band 3OH 3 from?

Boulder, Colorado, United States

What genre is 3OH 3?

Electronic dance music

Who are the members of 3OH 3?

Sean ForemanVocals
Nathaniel MotteVocals

Is 303 a band?

303 are a British girl group based in London. The band consists of Chloe Wealleans-Watts, Io Munro and Maddie Hinkley….303 (band)

Labels Hot Spring Music Caroline International
Members Chloe Wealleans-Watts Io Munro Maddie Hinkley

What songs did 3OH 3 write for other artists?

3OH! 3 Hits

  • “Don’t Trust Me,” from the album Want.
  • “Starstrukk,” also from Want, featuring Katy Perry.
  • “Follow Me Down” written for the film Alice in Wonderland.
  • “I Know How to Say,” featuring Kesha, written for Disney’s Mars Needs Moms.
  • “Hit It Again,” released to iTunes in December 2010.

Who has 3OH 3 written songs for?

3 songs, they racked up writing and producing credits for musicians from Ariana Grande to Lindsey Stirling to Lil Jon.

How did 3OH 3 meet?

Sean Foreman and Nathaniel Motte both grew up in Boulder (with the area code 303) and met in a physics class while attending the University of Colorado. Both were heavily into the underground hip-hop scene.

How old is 3OH 3?

3OH! 3 consists of Sean Foreman, born August 27, 1985 (age 26) and Nathaniel Motte, born January 13, 1984 (age 28); both of whom are natives of Boulder, Colorado.

Is the guy from 3oh3 really a vegetarian?

Are you actually a vegetarian? Motte: So Sean wrote that, and at the time, he was, yeah. That particular line is his. He’s no longer a vegetarian, but…