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Little Mix are a British girlband who have come first in the UK talent show X Factor. The show has founded many acts such as Alexandra Burke, JLS & Leona Lewis. Little Mix (made up of Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock & Perrie Edwards) became the first ever band to win the X Factor. The girls performed a variety of songs from Nicki Minaj to En Vogue. The girls are now signed to Simon Cowell”s record label SyCo and have released their debut single Cannonball, a cover of Damien Rice’s hit single. The song topped the UK charts, and it also topped the Irish charts for four weeks including the Christmas number one. Read More ... {GO}
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Josh from Union J reveals their is a 'potential Little Mix collaboration' on new album

Let’s hope it’s true, Union J’s debut album is set for release in October while Little Mix are set to release their second LP in November.

Is there gonna be a @LittleMixOffic and @UnionJWorld collaboration? “Potentially!” – @JoshUJWorld via The Bump Show Twitter (@bumpshow)

Watch this space!

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Little Mix record duet with French singer Tal for her upcoming album

French singer Tal has enlisted the help of Little Mix on her upcoming LP after the two acts met when the girls dropped into Paris during a promo trip (as seen in the pic above)

The song titled “Une Autre Personne” (Another Person) will be on the deluxe version of Tal’s upcoming album out in September. Check out what she had to say below..

Tal co-wrote the song which has been described as “really urban” but with a French/English twist. The song will be a remix available as a bonus track.

Exciting to see what Little Mix can add to a French song!

 

Video - Little Mix perform 'How Ya Doin' acoustically for KISS FM

Little Mix dropped by the KISS FM studios yesterday to talk about dream duets with some of the world’s biggest artists.

Video below….

 

New Music - Little Mix - 'How Ya Doin' (ft. Missy Elliott)

It’s here…the eagerly anticipated new single, re-worked to add rap sensation Missy Elliott premiered on UK radio early this morning. Check out the version below…

Thoughts?p

 

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Female rap superstar has responded for the first time after being confirmed as the featured artist on Little Mix’s new single ‘How Ya Doin’

The star tweeted the girls

“@LittleMixOffic Hey Littlemix! Just wanted to say i think each one of you girls are Very Talented! *hugs 2 u all* Oh hey Jesy!:)”

To which the girls immediately replied:

@MissyElliott thank u so much! We’re so honoured to have u on our track. uve made it so epic! Hope to c u soon. Love Jesy and the girls xx

Missy was also asked her opinion on Little Mix to which she replied:

@StylesDrugs I Love LITTLEMIX! Who doesn’t:) I see a lot of #Mixers out there 2!!

Lotta love..can’t wait until the single drops!

 

The latest Little Mix news right here on LittleMixDaily

Little Mix are either going up in the world or Missy Elliott is going down after the stars collaborated in an unlikely duet.

The former X Factor champs said they were in shock after the Work It rapper agreed to team up with them for their new single ‘How Ya Doin?’

On the topic, a jubilant Jesy said:

“We honestly can’t believe Missy is on our song! She’s been one of our biggest idols forever – it’s incredible, As soon as we thought there might be a chance she’d appear on the track we did literally everything we could to make sure it happened.”

The rap support from the 41-year-old superstar gives the British girlband a welcome boost as they attempt to crack America and the rest of the world this year.

The stars are set to release their album DNA globally before performing on both sides of the world in Australia and America.

It is thought that the new single mix could feature on the album in the States – possibly for a single release.

‘How Ya Doin?’ featuring Missy Elliott is out on April 14.

 

The Saturdays talk Little Mix collaboration and girlband rivalry

Unfortunately, despite having two different dynamics, Little Mix and The Saturdays will always be compared to each other, but it seems either band had nothing but love for each other as Una Healy revealed in a recent interview.

Let’s make sure that happens. And on the subject of very good UK bands, what do you think of Little Mix? Is there any girlband claws-out competition there?
“Oh, we love them. We’ve been around now as long as Girls Aloud had been when we first started, and they were so welcoming to us. There was never any competition ’cause they’d been around and established themselves. So we welcome them along and it’s great to see another girlband out there.”

Ooh, you should DEFINITELY do a collaboration with them.
“That’d be cool. I’d love to do that. Because we’re not rivalling them or anything, it’d be more about girl power than ‘oh, we don’t want any other girls around’.”

via Sugarscape

Imagine that – a girlband anthem!

 

Interview - Little Mix's Jade talks losing to One Direction in the charts

Digital Spy phoned in on Jade’s lunch break to chat too the Little Mix star about losing to One Direction in the charts and future singles from DNA.

Hello Jade! It’s lunch time. What are you having for lunch?
“Hello! I’m having a chicken wrap, I’m trying to be a bit healthier rather than having pizza all the time.”

We know it’s a bit late to ask now, but how was your Christmas/New Year break?
“It was lovely, thanks. I went to Disneyland for New Years with my boyfriend so it was really nice.”

Are you a bit of a daredevil?
“I’m a bit of a wimp usually, but because my boyfriend paid for it, I felt that I had to try to be a cool girlfriend and go on everything so I just had to. It was alright actually, but I’m quite scared of everything to be honest. I am scared of heights, spiders, clowns, everything.”

Perrie was away from the group for most of December, is she okay now?
“She’s absolutely fine. I would say that her voice is even better than before – it’s opened up a lot more.”

Even better? Her voice was pretty huge before.
“It’s amazing, I don’t know how she does it. It sounds a bit clearer now, whereas it was a bit huskier before.”

Your new single ‘Change Your Life’ is officially out this week. Do you count this as your third or fourth single?
“Definitely the fourth single. ‘Cannonball’ was the first single, but it wasn’t our song so it’s not our single as such but in terms of our own music and what we’ve written this is the third. We’re really looking forward to it coming out. We love the message of it.”

It’s very positive and uplifting.
“It’s the first proper song we wrote together and I think you can really tell that when you listen to the lyrics and stuff. We had just come out of The X Factor, we were thinking about that and thinking about the fans, so it’s quite an important one. I think it’s quite uplifting.”

Given this is the fourth single from the album and it’s all gone very well so far, is the pressure off for this release?
“We always hope for the best with the singles. Obviously the album is out already so a lot of people would have heard it already on the album. It’s always more pressure selling the first single, but we’ve got amazing fans. We think this kind of song will cater for anyone with the message that it has. And the video will come out soon. We’ll see. We’re hoping it will have the same kind of hype as before.”

Your last single ‘DNA’ remains an amazing song. Are you annoyed it didn’t get to number one?
“Yeah, we were kind of disappointed because it sold really well. I think it was just the timing because One Direction at the time shot straight to number one with ‘Little Things’. It’s always hard to compete with the 1D lads. And we’re chuffed to bits for them; we’ve always been supportive of them.

“We were really happy with the sales but a little bit disheartened just because we worked so hard on that song. It is one of our favourites on the album and we kind of thought as well that ‘Wings’ was amazing and that was on the same level if not better. At the end of the day getting number one isn’t always everything. It’s more how you sell it over the weeks, isn’t it?”

Well it definitely sold the album to a lot of people.
“Yeah we couldn’t believe that – especially the amount of physical sales we had. It was really nice to know that people would go out of the way and get the physical copy for Christmas. Now can’t wait to be starting recording for the next album.”

Already?! There are at least four more singles on your current album; how many more do you think you’ll release?
“I think we’ll try to squeeze out as many singles as we can. When we wrote the album, we always thought that we didn’t want our songs to be like, ‘Oh yeah, these are singles but that song is more of an album song’. I think there’s room for a couple more singles to be put out there before the next album. We’ve already got our ideas what will come after ‘Change Your Life’.”

What are your personal favourites that you would like to see get released as a single?
“I honestly love every song on different days. I do love ‘Going Nowhere’ – I think it’s got a different sound and the harmonies are amazing. I like ‘Turn Your Face’ because I think it shows our vocals properly and shows everyone we’re not just teeny boppers who jump around and mime to music. There’s always that kind of stigma with X Factor and as a pop band, just because we’re pure pop, it doesn’t mean we can’t riff, belt or sing our heart out. People still think we can’t sing.”

Can we add ‘Red Planet’ to the list please?
“I like that one. I wish we could get T-Boz over here and perform it with her. We’ll see.”

You recently signed a deal in the US with Columbia Records. When are you due to head over there?
“We’re hoping to get out there later this year. We’ll see how it goes out there, but we’ve also done well in Australia, so we’d love to go back there at some point and Europe as well.”

Sounds like a hectic few months await you.
“We recently got a draft of a diary for this year and it’s absolutely mental the amount of travelling we’ll be doing. It’s a bit daunting but at the same time it’s absolutely amazing. To think a year ago we didn’t even know if we had an album coming out, ‘Wings’ wasn’t at number one and now we’re travelling the world. Last year went so quickly we just can’t believe it and it’s probably going to happen this year, so we have got to make the most of it.”

It must be nice in a way to be booked up; we don’t even know what we’re doing next week.
“It’s definitely better than hearing, ‘Next week, there’s nothing to do’. Then I’d be worried.”

 
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