Little Mix is a British girl group consisting of four talented members: Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall. The group was formed in 2011 during the eighth season of the British version of the singing competition show, The X Factor, where they became the first group to win the competition.
Since then, Little Mix has released six studio albums, all of which have been met with critical and commercial success. Their debut album, ‘DNA,’ was released in 2012 and showcased the group’s strong vocal abilities and impressive harmonies. The album featured hit singles such as ‘Wings,’ ‘DNA’ and ‘Change Your Life’ which peaked at number three on the UK Albums Chart.
Their second album, ‘Salute’ was released in 2013 and featured more mature and R&B-influenced tracks. The album was praised for its empowering and feminist messages and included hit singles such as ‘Move,’ ‘Salute’ and ‘Little Me.’
Little Mix’s third album, ‘Get Weird’ was released in 2015 and featured a mix of pop, R&B and dance tracks. The album included the hit singles ‘Black Magic,’ ‘Love Me Like You’ and ‘Secret Love Song.’
In 2016, the group released their fourth album, ‘Glory Days’ which became their first number-one album on the UK Albums Chart. The album featured hit singles such as ‘Shout Out to My Ex,’ ‘Touch’ and ‘Power.’
Their fifth album, ‘LM5’ was released in 2018 and featured a more experimental and diverse sound, with collaborations with artists such as Nicki Minaj and Kamille. The album included hit singles such as ‘Woman Like Me,’ ‘Think About Us’ and ‘Strip.’
Most recently, Little Mix released their sixth album, ‘Confetti’ in 2020. The album features a mix of pop, R&B and dance tracks and includes collaborations with artists such as Saweetie and Nathan Dawe. The album includes hit singles such as ‘Break Up Song,’ ‘Holiday’ and ‘Sweet Melody.’
Overall, Little Mix has established themselves as one of the most successful girl groups in recent years, with their powerful vocals, catchy tracks and empowering messages. Their six studio albums have showcased their growth and evolution as artists, and they continue to inspire and empower their fans with their music.
– Riya Sohini