12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

An explosion of fierce lyrics and audacious harmonies, Little Mix’s fourth album continues their pneumatic pop trajectory, chewing up genres with evident relish. Beyond the brash dubstep flirtation of “Down & Dirty”—which has a particularly filthy drop—there’s the irresistible dancehall of “You Gotta Not” and the funk burlesque of “Private Show.” To witness their range, contrast the ’50s torch fury of “F.U.” with “Touch” and “No More Sad Songs,” tracks drawing inspiration from 2016’s trop house hits.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

An explosion of fierce lyrics and audacious harmonies, Little Mix’s fourth album continues their pneumatic pop trajectory, chewing up genres with evident relish. Beyond the brash dubstep flirtation of “Down & Dirty”—which has a particularly filthy drop—there’s the irresistible dancehall of “You Gotta Not” and the funk burlesque of “Private Show.” To witness their range, contrast the ’50s torch fury of “F.U.” with “Touch” and “No More Sad Songs,” tracks drawing inspiration from 2016’s trop house hits.

Mastered for iTunes
TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
142 Ratings
142 Ratings
SANTACLAUSEHOHOH ,

Wow..

I've been a fan of Little Mix since the Salute album came out. Their first and second album were beautiful! Their songs moved me as well as a lot of other people and they wrote about problems in the world such as "Little Me" and "These Four Walls." Their third album had a few really good songs on there, as well as catchy. They still has some beautiful songs like Love Me Or Leave Me and Secret Love Song Pt 2 and The End that really stood out to me. On this album, there is nothing that really pops. Their music transformed over the years and I, personally, am not a fan of it. I think they are trying too hard to have their sound be like what is played on the radio, like all the techno stuff. There are a few good bops on this album I'll admit. But there's no real heart filled song on here that moved me. I understand they are getting older and write from personal experience, but it seems all they do is have s*x! Everything is written in a s*xual way, and I miss the old Little Mix where they sang about how to love yourself and how to keep yourself strong. (The only song on this album like that is Shout Out To My Ex.) Like I said, I bought a few songs from this album, but I'm sorta disappointed with it. I'll keep my eye out for the next album

Lollyx_o ,

YAAASSSSSSS LM4

Been waiting for this album for so long! This era is gonna slay! They keep getting better with every album & deserve way more recognition! The album cover looks good, the first single title is straight tea, and I already rate it 4 stars because I know it's gonna be good lol

Faye💘 ,

!!!!

Why can't we get the songs that have been released like the deluxe

About Little Mix

Initially surpassing the achievements of One Direction and JLS by becoming the first group to win The X Factor in the U.K., four-piece girl band Little Mix were one of the few success stories to emerge from the competition's underperforming and controversial eighth season. Jade Thirlwall (who had auditioned for two previous series) and Perrie Edwards (both from South Shields), Jesy Nelson (from Romford, East London), and Leigh-Anne Pinnock (from High Wycombe) had all originally auditioned as solo artists, but like fellow acts Nu Vibe and the Risk, were put together as a group at the boot-camp stages. After impressing Jessie J and mentor N-Dubz's Tulisa Contostavlos at Judges' House, they made it to the live finals, where their engaging personalities, girl-next-door image, and contemporary song choices saw them outgrow their initial underdog status.

Originally known as Rhythmix, the girls were forced to change their moniker in week four after it was revealed that there was already a Brighton-based children's charity of the same name. But following stellar performances of En Vogue's "Don't Let Go," Katy Perry's "E.T.," and Rihanna's "Don't Stop the Music," they beat the Conway Sisters and Hope's previous record to become the first girl band in the show's history to make it past week seven. After contributing to the high-profile M&S TV ad campaign and the finalists' charity cover version of Rose Royce's "Wishing on a Star," they eventually went on to triumph over Marcus Collins in the final.

The 2011 debut single from Little Mix, a rendition of Damien Rice's hit "Cannonball," went on to top the charts but scored the lowest first-week sales by an X Factor winner since Steve Brookstein's "Against All Odds" (2004), and later lost the coveted Christmas number one spot to the Military Wives Choir. DNA, featuring the singles "Cannonball" and "Wings" (also a U.K. number one), was released in late 2012, and eventually became the highest U.K.-charting debut album ever by a British female group. In 2013, Little Mix returned with their sophomore album, Salute. Featuring production from such names as Future Cut, TMS, and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, Salute showcased a more mature, R&B-infused direction.

A string of U.S. dates in support of Demi Lovato took place in early 2014 before the summer brought their largest U.K. tour to date. "Black Magic," the first single from third album Get Weird, became the group's third U.K. number one in 2015. Around the same time, Britney Spears released "Pretty Girls," a single co-written by the group, which reached number 16 in the U.K. The group's third studio album, Get Weird, followed later that year. In 2016, Little Mix returned with their fourth studio album, the Electric-produced Glory Days. Included on the album was the single "Shout Out to My Ex" as well as the track "Oops," featuring Charlie Puth. An extended version of the album called Glory Days: The Platinum Edition arrived a year later. ~ Jon O'Brien

ORIGIN
London, England
GENRE
Pop
FORMED
2011

Songs

Albums

Videos

Listeners Also Bought