Mixers, are y’all ready to receive a doze of girl power?
Little Mix are bringing more than just the “Power” in their brand new colourful music video, the girls also invited their mums and several well-known drag queens for some Little Mix extravaganza.
Taken from their latest album, “Glory Days”, “Power” is easily one of the strongest tracks in it. The uptempo pop song is essentially being confident in yourself and embodying the badass attitude from within. The music video for “Power” certainly reflects that vibe.
Members Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Perrie Edwards are all dressed in their respective killer outfits. Perrie is a proud hippie in the video, Jesy appears to be the leader of a group of bikers, while Leigh-Anne can be seen posing among several sports vehicles. Meanwhile, Jade gets to hang The Triple A Girls.
In case you didn’t know, Jade has been a massive fan of “RuPaul’s Drag Race”. Fans were left gagging when they found out that the 3 fierce queens – Alaska Thunderf**k 5000, Courtney Act, and Willam – from the reality competition will be appearing in the visual.
The music video featured plenty of empowering messages throughout the 4-minute duration. People were spotted holding up signs that read “love”, “girl power”, and a rainbow flag. The march was also reminiscent of the recent protests for gender equality. And what better way to highlight their incredible girl power anthem by bringing their mums – the ‘Mummy Mixers’ – on set.
“Power” is the 4th single lifted from “Glory Days”, after “Shout Out To My Ex”, “Touch”, and “No More Sad Songs”.