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.

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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.

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