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Top 10 Little Mix Music Videos

Little Mix is a British Girls band consisting of four members. The group found fame on the United Kingdom based show, X Factor. They were also the winners of the show and eventually pulled a lot of media attention by their phenomenal performances and amazing fan following. Their songs and especially the music videos released with each song steal the hearts of viewers.

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Salute

Salute

Salute is the second studio album by Little Mix. It was released in the United Kingdom on 11 November 2013. They worked with several producers, including TMS, Future Cut, Fred Ball , Duvall and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. The album retains the pop sound of their debut album DNA.

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Wings

Wings

Wings is a song co-written by the group in collaboration with Erika Nuri, Iain James, Michelle Lewis, Mischke, Heidi Rojas and the song's producers, TMS. The song has themes of girl power, maternal advice and individuality. The length of the song is 3 minutes and 39 seconds.

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Hair

Hair

The song once again fits well with Girl Power. The theme portrays how they explain their friend on how to stick up and let go of the fraudulent past. It features guest vocals from jamaican dance-hall singer Sean Paul and was released as the fourth and final single from the group's third studio album Get Weird. The length of the song is 3 minutes 29 seconds.

Love Me Like You

The music video for "Love Me Like You" was released on 10 October 2015. It is the second track taken from upcoming third album Get Weird. We can call it a song with the perfect progression and the pre-chorus is amazing.

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Power

Power

Power is a song by little mix from their fourth studio album Glory Days. The song is about female empowerment and how women can be as strong as men. The video released on 9 June 2017. It was filmed in Los Angeles in April 2017.

No More Sad Songs

The song was written by Emily Warren, Edvard Førre Erfjord, Henrik Michelsen and Tash Phillips; produced by Electric and Joe Kearns. The music video for the song was released on 29 March 2017. No More Sad Songs is a light electro-pop ballad with an urban vibe. The length of the song is 3 minutes 45 seconds. It will definitely create a positive vibe around you and leave you with a smile on your face.

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Touch

Touch

Touch has since become a top 10 success in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The video was released to Little Mix's YouTube account on 19 January 2017. It was directed by Director X and Paris Goebel. The background of the video is very colorful where the entire little mix team performs with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. It is a very much of a fun to watch video.

Shout Out to My Ex

The song on the whole symbolizes female empowerment and strength. Whether you like pop or not, this will be the song you will scream out loud when you experience a heartbreak. The music video was shot in Spain. The music video was directed by Sarah Chatfield. It features the girls hanging out by a trailer before driving around the desert. The background is very pretty as well. The song does not really need any more attention as it has already pulled a huge audience who have loved the song and the music video.

Black Magic

Black Magic is written by Camille Purcell, Ed Drewett, Edvard Forre Erfjord, and Henrik Michelsen. Little Mix's new single. It is an equally spellbinding music video.
The girl group play college going teenagers transformed by a magic spell, and go about using their newfound powers to settle a few scores with their classmates. The video is directed very creatively and the special effects look very attractive as well.

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DNA

DNA

Little Mix has something pretty special to become the first group to win The X Factor, isn't it? The video and the song is the proof of the same. It is a debut studio album. It received mixed reviews from music critics.The content in terms of the lyrics focuses on relationships and heartbreaks. The song was co-written and produced by TMS.