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  1. To keep it short they are very happy that they are together and have each other and it appears they are in it for the long haul. They have said that they want to help push each other to do their own thing too and that this is a 'new dawn of Little Mix'. Looks like they'll be staying together and also doing some solo projects too, whatever they may be. The girls also won Glamour UK's Women of the Year Award! 2021 marks the 10 year anniversary of Little Mix. Interview: Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 29, Jade Thirlwall, 28, Jesy Nelson, 29, and Perrie Edwards, 27, became the biggest girl group in the world as a four-piece. Now, as Little Mix win GLAMOUR’s Women of the Year award for being Gamechangers in Music – both on and off stage – and begin a new chapter as a trio they open up about the past year. Having interviewed Little Mix seven times, both collectively and individually for their first solo interviews, there has been laughter, tears, the tightest of hugs and a lot of camp humour. We’ve discussed everything from how Perrie’s crippling anxiety left her unable to leave the house, the vile online racism Leigh-Anne has faced, Jade’s gamechanging allyship with the LGBTQA+ community and how Jesy’s experiences with trolls left her attempting suicide. They keep our hour-long chat firmly on the future of the Little Mix and respectfully, and rightly, do not address Jesy’s personal decision to leave the group. “It was nice going into the new year, as a three, with the No.1 single,” Perrie says proudly, referencing Sweet Melody, which has also become their longest-charting single in the Top 10 to date. It’s a moment Perrie is calling a “good omen” for their new chapter, which they all nod in agreement with. “This time has given everyone perspective of what you truly love doing in life and figuring that out,” Jade answers. “It’s definitely important. It’s going to take time. It’s not something that happens overnight after being together 24/7,” Leigh-Anne replies before Jade continues. “I’m not saying that we’re codependent, but we do heavily rely on each other, so it’s been healthy to take a step back and think, ‘What do I want?’ As we come together and work together this year, we’ll have an even better and healthier relationship with that perspective. This time’s taught me that I am still figuring out who I am, too. I don’t really know who I am. I used to get scared at that thought, but now I’ve stopped punishing myself for not knowing. It’s beautiful that we’re still a group, but we want to help push each other to do our own thing, too. It’s like a new dawn of Little Mix,” she smiles. “That’s totally OK,” Perrie reassures Jade – something they do in turn for each other throughout our interview. “We’re not going to know, individually. We’ve always had each other, it’s always Little Mix – it’s us.” With their signature bop-pops ranging from first single Wings to Black Magic and Shout Out To My Ex, Leigh-Anne rightly states, “We’ve made music to boost people up, make people happy and to inspire them.” And it has combined to create six studio albums, 27 singles – two of which have reached the coveted multi-platinum status – sales of more than 50 million albums and singles worldwide, 100 award nominations, 48 award wins including two Brit Awards, six MTV Europe Music Awards and now four GLAMOUR Women of the Year award. “We’ve shown that women standing together works, even with all the obstacles in our way. Right from the beginning, we were the dark horse on The X Factor, and no one expected us to do well,” Jade shares. “After that, everyone would say, ‘They’ll do one single and maybe one album and will get dropped.’ We persevered and got through it. We grew and became adult women together. It’s impactful, to show others that you can have longevity, you can break barriers, win awards and break records on the back of sticking together and being a force of women. Being refreshingly honest about their bond, Leigh-Anne continues, “I do think our sense of sisterhood is better for when we do have **** times together over the years or if we’ve got on each other’s nerves, because it’s never been an option to not be together and we’ve always known that we are sisters. It helps you to learn forgiveness, learn to be more patient and be more compromising because you’re in a group dynamic where it’s literally that or you don’t be together.” With all these accolades, I am curious to know what has been their proudest personal achievement to date? “One thing we’ve had to do in our careers, which is hard, is to put on a brave face,” Perrie replies. “We’re all going through the worst situations of our lives. We just want to crawl in bed, put the duvet over our heads and just never come out. But you know you’ve got people depending on you, you’ve got three other girls that need you there, you’ve got fans all over the world; you don’t want to get a bad reputation.” The control of women in the music industry is a hot topic when we speak, due to The New York Times documentary, Framing Britney Spears, which they have all watched and as Leigh-Anne says, “God, it made me angry.” “We spent far too long being patronised, especially by men in the industry,” Jade interjects. Lee-Anne continues: “We’ve always had a voice as a four, we’ve been a force and we’ve always been very, ‘we stick together on things’. But there have been times, like with [music] labels, [where they’ve] backed us into a corner and it is obviously mainly men; they see us as four women and don’t take us seriously. We’ve had that for our whole career. Even until recently. I’m asking, ‘Has much really changed?’” “Learning to say ‘no’ has been quite a big thing for us,” Jade adds. “For a long time, we were always scared of pissing people off – and you do get backed into a corner and it’s like, ‘Well, if you don’t do this, you can’t have this.’” Perrie jumps in with one telling word: “Blackmail.” Jade agrees, “It’s weird that it still happens, but then all of a sudden when that power is taken away from whoever’s abusing it, you realise, if I just say ‘no’ more often and we stand together with that decision, it works!” Leigh-Anne concurs, “The realisation, as well, was we are a part of a well-oiled machine. We are pawns in this. People don’t really care about us. When you realise that we have each other, we can look after each other and we know that some people don’t have our best interests at heart – but we are a unit together – we can stand together and stand up for ourselves.” Little Mix accept their GLAMOUR Women of the Year 2021 award with an exclusive new video interview. The full interview is on the Glamour UK Website.
  2. It's no secret, Columbia records refuses to promote Little mix in the states.. This states back to a promo trip where the girls was told to flirt and be **** in front of radio programmers and such. Since the girls said no, Columbia treated them as just a distribution deal thx to Simon Cowell's Label. While their first five albums debuted in the US Billboard top 40, their first 3 albums made the girls, the first British girl group to have 3 US Top 20 albums, plus DNA debuted at #4, breaking a 16 year record by the Spice girls when Spice Debuted at #6 back in 1997 However Spice, went to #1 in the US and ended being the only girl group album in Billboard history to end up being the year ends top album of a calendar year and winning the girls several BBMAs based on chart achievements. Little mix, was told like any other girl group from the UK. Told they are unmarketable in the US. Confetti became their lowest charting album in the US, peaking at #85, this is due to no CD was made for local Distribution, since it was sold as a physical via import. Billboard's rules stated any import music is denied from charting.. But congrats girls on being part of the top 200 pop streaming albums.
  3. A decade into their career and they came through with their biggest hit! Sweet Melody became their 5th UK Number 1 a couple of weeks ago and now it is their longest reigning Top 5 single! It is currently still in the Top 5! Little Mix's song with Nathan Dawe 'No Time For Tears' is currently climbing the charts and has become their 25th Top 20 hit! They become the girl group with the highest ever amount of Top 20 hits! Little Mix also have 17 Top 10 hits! The girls are rumoured to be releasing their first song as a trio very soon too! STREAM:
  4. The girls did THAT nearly a decade into their career! Sweet Melody becomes Little Mix's 5th UK #1 and their last single as a four-piece. The girls beat Ed Sheeran to the top spot! Speaking to Scott Mills and OfficialCharts.com, Little Mix said: “We literally can’t thank the fans enough. We see them every day fighting to get this song to Number 1. The fact this song has been out since October and now it’s got to Number 1 just shows how dedicated they are. We can’t wait to eventually get back on the road again and see them all – and give them a big hug when we’re allowed.” Jade also said: It’s so special for us cause obviously it’s the last single we did as a four with Jesy and even more special now going into 2021 as a three, we’ve got the first number 1! I'm SO happy for the girls, they really deserved it - the song slays! I really hope Jesy is happy too, this is a bittersweet moment as it is her last song with the girls but it's gone to #1. CONGRATULATIONS LITTLE MIX! This is an amazing achievement for a girl group who have been around for nearly a decade to still be absolutely slaying the charts! Little Mix's first #1 was in 2011 and now their 5th is in 2021 Little Mix's #1's: Cannonball (2011) Wings (2012) Black Magic (2015) Shout Out To My Ex (2016) Sweet Melody (2021) Little Mix have now officially had a Top 10 every year since 2011
  5. I just came across this remix of Sweet Melody and React - its fire an absolute bop even the visual goes together well!
  6. Update: Jesy from Little Mix announced she's leaving Little Mix for good. She wrote fans a letter explaining she's focusing on her mental health: Little Mix broke the news on instagram: After an amazing 9 years together Jesy has made the decision to leave Little Mix. This is an incredibly sad time for all of us but we are fully supportive of Jesy. We love her very much and agree that it is so important that she does what is right for her mental health and well-being. We are still very much enjoying our Little Mix journey and the 3 of us are not ready for it to be over. We know that Jesy leaving the group is going to be really upsetting news for our fans. We love you guys so much and are so grateful for your loyalty and continued support of all of us. We’re looking forward to seeing so many of you on tour. Love always, Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne Previously: I hope she's doing okay and focusing on her health/mental health Jesy has been absent from the group since the end of October and her PR stated initially stated she was unwell, she missed performing/hosting at the EMA's, missed the finale of Little Mix: The Search and has been absent from other interviews/promo over the past two weeks. Jesy is known to struggle with mental health, so I hope she is doing okay and keeping strong I'm proud of her for putting herself first and taking a break and focusing on her health, whether it be her mental health or health in general. I hope she's feeling okay soon. This is from Little Mix's PR:
  7. Little mix has dropped the official expanded Edition to Confetti, featuring 13 additional songs and remixes of break up song, Holiday and Sweet Melody.. It also includes their Epic No Time for Tears with Nathan dawe.. Enjoy the commercial.. Congrats to the fans asking for the album to have a Deluxe version now.
  8. So most of all would see top 0.01% or top 0.05% of listeners, I thought that was good ..but that's actually not.. it's small. A mixer on instagram, posted they were in the top 98% of all listeners for that group. She said,not surprised the only Artist I stan, is the only one getting all my streams. She spent get this. 2,000 hours just listening to the Girl Group.. She said. She likes other artists or casual Fans of other artists.. But that's what the cd player is for.. Can you guys just do what she did? Or are you happy being in 0.01% or 0.05% and listen to other artists?
  9. @Slayer The tea is piping hot. #1 Confetti physical CD was cancelled. #2 The Salute tour was cancelled by columbia Records themselves. #3 Refusing to go on arranged date's with DJs including some hook ups, actually hurt any chance of making the US #4 no say in Music or their Visuals. Drag them
  10. Congrats to Little Mix's Leigh Anne Pinnock, Not only is she engaged to get married (Fans asked Perrie when will her engagement happen, she says I don't know it's up to him) now she's a movie star. Starring in a Romantic Christmas set Comedy called Boxing day. @Slayer you're going to support this movie.
  11. They snapped The girls performed their new hit single 'Sweet Melody' on the Jonathan Ross Show in the UK. Parts of their interview: The stars did not say anything about Jesy's absence and Jonathan said he did not wish to pry. But he had some touching words for Jesy, telling the girls he hoped she was ok. "It's coming up to your tenth anniversary," said Jonathan. "And before we talk about that I just want to explain because there are three members of Little Mix here and not four. "And you put out a press release this week to say that Jesy is taking some time off for personal reasons. "Obviously I hope you know this, and I hope she knows this, but everyone is wishing her well and everyone is hoping that she gets through this." He continued: "I am not going to pry, I know it's quite personal, but everyone is thinking, I hope she is fine." Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne smiled and applauded along with the audience, but did not comment any further on Jesy's condition. Little Mix’s Jade said in another interview this week that the band will never be pulled apart by feuds, insisting: “We’re family.” The group have been rallying around Jesy Nelson, who said this week she was taking a break for “medical reasons”. And the girls have admitted they did not expect being in the group “to be this hard” with all the pressure and non-stop schedule of working. Jade, said: “We said from the get-go we’d remain equal, even when other people might tell us otherwise. That’s one of the reasons we’ve lasted. “We’ve always been about lifting each other up – I think that translates. “People aren’t stupid, they can tell when you’re on stage if you aren’t getting along. “Maybe that’s why people have warmed to us for nearly 10 years. We’re family now.” Part of the interview from tonight's show:
  12. The girls of Little Mix are reportedly eyeing solo careers in light of band member Jesy taking an extended break due to private medical reasons. According to a new report from The Sun, once she feels better, she has plans to pursue a solo career. They add that Perrie and Jade are also looking at solo careers in music, while Leigh-Anne may embark on television. “The girls have been open and honest with each other, and with their current management team. They have started discussions with some prospective managers and agents about what their solo careers might look like. Some of the girls might end up taking on solo projects with their current management team too. But this isn’t about ending the band, it’s about looking to the future. They still have a tour scheduled to start in April next year, and even if that is delayed because of Covid, as is quite likely, they will still complete it. That will happen either with or without Jesy, who is taking some time out for as long as she feels she needs or wants to.” The source continued: “They’re talking about trying to emulate Take That, where each member has been able to drift out at times and work on their own projects, but come together at other times to tour and work as a group again. They love the band and all that they’ve achieved, and still get on very well as great friends. There is absolutely no fall-out between them and they’re all supportive of each other doing new things. It’s an exciting time.” That's a bummer but I imagine they're probably all curious how they would do as solo acts. I was rooting for them to stay together. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  13. Confetti was announced by Billboard that the latest little Mix album is debuting in the US at #83. That is 43 Positions lower than LM5. Mixers are calling out the US Label columbia Records (this is their Final Album under the Six Album deal for US Distribution. Only one problem. A physical CD wasn't released For Local Distribution. Amazon listed it as Available on Friday the 13th, which meant it was only via Import for both Standard and Limited Edition CD. After some investigating. Columbia cancelled the CD version, Removed Little Mix from all website and social media platforms. They had no intention on finishing the contract since the contract was signed with Syco back in 2012. But the switch to RCA UK (which got British mixers upset since They failed to add more bundles of physical products in the chart battle) actually cancelled the columbia contract in the US. So the girls really have no recording contract In the US. I do think a lack of physical caused this low performance. But fans also complained (nobody is ever really pleased) they love the Album. But the lack of photos in the booklet of the CD was another huge deal. But @Slayer can tell you. Confetti was probably planned for a Summer release. At the end of Wasabi video. The fabulous Super Deluxe of LM5 exploded into confetti (hinting album title), new era pending. I learned the Album was mostly finished. Just some tweaks to the girls liking was just what needed to be done. Those tweak's were done when the restrictions were lifted but the girls did it by themselves not as a group.
  14. Meghan trainor sure knows how to let her Man know. When you let go of your Mommy and Grow up, Then we can date. You gotta not By Little Mix is a Meghan Trainor written track. And it's her usual subjects of how men should be. Don't smoke cigs, Call your mom, mommy, don't ask for money from her. Literally that's one of the things most gay men and men hate in general about her is judging then by sleeping around (that's not how you're mama raised you, you're better than that). If one of the reasons why she's not so successful is her Girl powered lyrics are misogynistic towards men. There was a reason why Ain't your mama by Jlo flopped in the US. It was jlo singing a Meghan Trainor track and she's or any artist's are better than that.
  15. The grandiose production and/or controversial lyrical content are not the only ways to make a certain song memorable. Sometimes, it takes meticulous listening to noticed the slightest and simplest yet smart decision in a song, showing the artistic value and direction of the artist and producer. Here are my examples: Tsunami (Katy Perry) After the first chorus, and the start of the second verse (01:20), you will hear heavy synth-drops that I found so addictive, considering the song has low-esteem dynamics. It's like a some sort of a build up. Don't Start Now (Dua Lipa) The opening line, "If you don't wanna see me." completely contradicts the rest of lyrics. Simple but very clever songwriting. Sweet Melody (Little Mix) Notice the pause between the "real – love". If you will count the number of syllables of the first and second lines in the chorus, sync with the same tempo, the second one would turn out off-tempo. But hearing the "love" pronounced like an extension or transition word for the next line really blended well, and is indeed a very wise move.
  16. Little Mix's "Confetti" album debuted at #2 in the UK behind Kylie Minogue. This becomes their sixth consecutive Top 5 album. Official Charts Company also revealed "Confetti" was the most streamed album of the week. "Confetti" debuted at #1 in Ireland and became their third #1 album there. Little Mix sold 49.9k albums of Confetti in the first week and became the highest selling album in the first week for a British act in 2020. Little Mix's new single 'Sweet Melody' has landed at #3 this week and non-single 'Confetti' (song) debuted at #23. It's a big achievement for them and it's extremely well for a girl group who have been together for nearly a decade Little Mix thanked their fans for giving them a Top 3 album and single and for all their support! Biggest Albums Chart debuts of 2020 in the UK: 1. Kylie Minogue - Disco - 54.9k 2. Lady Gaga - Chromatica - 52.9k 3. Bruce Springsteen - Letter To You - 51.8k 4. The Killers - Imploding the Mirage - 50.4k 5. Little Mix - Confetti - 49.9k Also today Shout Out To My Ex went x3 platinum - Little Mix & the Spice Girls are the only girl groups to achieve that in history.
  17. The Closing track Breathe (Outside Japan), Has Fans Convinced a Certain Harry Styles is throughout the track. Mixers think this is indeed accurate. #1. The Girls covered Falling for Radio 1. #2. A Songwriter when asked if the Rumors are True or not. Left this emoji. 👀 Which to emoji users, usual means in the lines. It's like the secret was cracked. #3. Jade, herself on the Confetti streaming party on Twitter when asked by a fan about Harry Styles and Breathe. She can't confirm or deny the rumor, but wants to just milk it to get all the streams. Mixers are convinced it's him. the girls said they had PLANNED a big duet for this album, but it didn't work out. Mixers are convinced on Youtube it's Breathe and it was supposed to be a duet with Harry. Mixers aren't disappointed cos like they said. It's pretty much abd it seals the deal, we were this close to a One direction duet with Little Mix. They take anybody but Zayn. What do you guys think? @Jordan Miller @Slayer
  18. Tonight was a big night for the girls, they hosted the show and also performed. The girls won two awards tonight, they won Best UK & Ireland Act and Best Pop. They are now the most awarded girl-group in MTV EMA History (6 awards). Jesy was not there as she is ill.
  19. A music producer reacts to Sweet Melody by Little Mix, and boldly claims this is what us mixers wanted. A very R&B dance pop. We got it here and there, but Simon Cowell always pigeon holed them. He also touches on the vocals, loves how clean their vocals are, and how there's no auto tune (which we learned Simon did a lot on these girls). He praises how each girl gets their own verse to shine, and how the harmonies are some of the best. He also praises that they waited until the end to give the big vocal deliveries altogether like a call and response to each other. Even as a Music producer he says "If I work with them, this is exactly in terms of music and vocals is what I want from them. Dubs it his favorite track by Little Mix by far.
  20. The girls have released another song ahead of the release of their sixth album 'Confetti', they dropped the title track. What are your thoughts? Are you going to wait until the album release or listen now? I'm going to try my best to not click play and listen
  21. When Sweet Melody dropped the album Time length was just 16 minutes, looks like either Tuesday or Wednesday we could get a new track ahead of Friday's release. If we go by the pattern something tells me the title track "Confetti" track 4 could be the final track we could get before the album release this Friday. .. If I'm right the first six tracks would be available before the remaining 7 gets released, making a little EP @Slayermore music is coming before it drops this Friday.
  22. Hey guys, so I couldn't find a thread about this and I can't believe it because this show is actually really good! I'm watching it here. It is currently postponed due to positive coronavirus tests, but it'll resume shortly with the remaining two live episodes. Seven episodes have aired so far (6 taped, 1 live), and there are two left: the semi-final (November 6), and the final (November 7). I can't believe how good the casting was... I didn't like ALL the auditions as much as the girls from Little Mix did (too many praises if you ask me) but when they put together each band I think they made MAGIC! The bands that they came up with are six, and they are (in alphabetical order): Jasper Blue (Jordan, Liam, Melina, Rosie) > I LOVE THEM! Melladaze (Aislí, Ellie, Lauren, Liv, Megan) > I love the band name, I think it's original and sounds great, it's the best one. New Priority (Adam, Kaci, Lee, Talis, Zeekay) > THEY ARE ALL SO HOT Nostalia (Esther, Mya-Louise, Shanice, Tamara, Tyler) > I hate the name. I think they are going to win... Since September (Harry, Jacob, Matthew, Patrick) > THERE ARE SERIOUS STARS HERE. Harry Holles could be the new Harry Styles if you ask me yes I'm serious. YChange (Ashley, Eden, Romina, Versay) > I like them a lot together! I'm having a hard time finding good pics online but I linked all the bands to their official Instagram accounts. What do you think about Jasper Blue being eliminated?! :( :( I really like them!! I mean look at this... I'm hooked:
  23. They snapped with this song and video! It has become their 16th Top 10 single, it debuted at #8 on the UK's Official Charts. Sweet Melody also hit #1 on UK iTunes earlier in the week for a few days! What are your thoughts on the song and video?
  24. Little Mix gave their debut performance of 'Sweet Melody' on Little Mix: The Search's first live show. Band member Jade was unable to perform as she was self-isolating at home, however Jade was still featured on the show carrying out her Judging duties via video link They killed it and did amazing last minute without Jade! I can't wait until we get performances of them all together.
  25. 'Not A Pop Song' is officially out! It was co-produced by MNEK and Tayla Parx. It is not the third single, I believe it is a promo song! The third single is rumoured to be called 'Sweet Melody' and apparently the video has already been filmed. Their sixth studio album 'Confetti' comes out on November 6th. Not A Pop Song is a fun/lighthearted diss track about Simon Cowell. The girls were signed to Simon' label Syco from 2011 to 2018 after they decided to leave the label due to numerous issues with Syco. Little Mix claimed that they were not taken seriously because they were women and were discouraged from writing more of their own music. Little Mix also previously stated in 2018 that they were told by their record label to flirt with music producers/song writers and they refused. Enjoy Not A Pop Song! The girls have today also added further tour dates to their 2021 tour:
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