If you wanna sing along say ‘I don’t give a what!’
Little Mix dropped a new track and yup, they just blessed us with another bop in ‘Not A Pop Song’. The 3-minute track is their first offering since announcing the release of their sixth studio album ‘Confetti’ which will arrive on November 6th.
Listen to ‘Not A Pop Song’ here:
Diss track to Simon Cowell?
I don’t do what Simon says, get the message ‘cos it’s read.
Fans suggest that the track could be a diss track to Little Mix’s former boss Simon Cowell with the lines ‘Be a puppet on a string, works for you but that isn’t me’ seemingly reflecting how Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall, and Perrie Edwards were treated when they were still under the X-Factor judge’s record label, Syco.
However, metro.co.uk‘s source said that the track ‘isn’t meant in a bitchy way at all’ and that the girls think that ‘Simon will see the funny side of it’. It was back in 2018 when Little Mix left Syco and signed a deal with RCA under Sony Music. ‘Confetti’ will be their first album with the said label.
The ‘LM6’ era
Little Mix kicked off their LM6 era with previous releases ‘Bounce Back’, ‘Break Up Song’, and ‘Holiday’ before announcing the release of their new album ‘Confetti’. Along with the album release, the girls also announced that they are headed back on tour in 2021.
Surprises just keep coming from the ‘Shoutout To My Ex’ singers as they also announced the release of ‘LM5: The Tour Film’ this coming November.
Exciting things ahead for Mixers!
What can you say about Little Mix’s new track ‘Not A Pop Song’?