Every Little Mix Music Video From 2011 to Today: Watch Their Evolution

To celebrate the release of Little Mix’s fifth studio album LM5, Billboard is taking a look back at the evolution of the four-piece’s music videos, from 2011 until today.

The evolution kicks off with Little Mix’s 2011 cover of Damien Rice’s “Cannonball,” which was accompanied by a video compilation of highlights from their time on The X Factor, including the moment that they learned that they were the winners of the eighth season of the reality competition.  

The following year, the group released the colorfully upbeat video for the empowering and infectiously catchy “Wings,” a song which reminded listeners to never let negative thoughts get them down. 

In 2013, Little Mix gave fans a peek behind the scenes of their tour life with “Change Your Life,” teamed up with Missy Elliott for “How Ya Doin’?,” showed off their dance moves in “Move,” and shared emotional, moving stories with “Little Me.”  

The group’s cover of Cameo’s “Word Up!” for Sport Relief followed in 2014, while “Black Magic” dropped the following year, as Jesy, Leigh-Anne, Jade, and Perrie dabbled in some supernatural spells.

The girls went to a school dance in 2015 for “Love Me Like You,” while in 2016, they joined forces with Jason Derulo for “Secret Love Song” and with Sean Paul for “Hair.”

In 2017, the group continued with the collaborative theme, recruiting Machine Gun Kelly for the Coyote Ugly­-themed “No More Sad Songs” video, working with Stormzy on “Power,” and hopping on CNCO’s “Reggaetón Lento” remix.

That brings Little Mix’s music video evolution to 2018, with their Cheat Codes track “Only You” (featuring a mermaid love story), their Nicki Minaj team up “Woman Like Me” (in which Minaj makes an appearance as a living painting), and their most recent releases “More Than Words” and “Strip,” the latter of which serves as a body positivity anthem.

“This is so special to us, from the amazing women we worked with, to the message of the song,” the group tweeted upon the release of “Strip.” “It’s EVERYTHING we wanted LM5 to represent!”

You can watch all of these videos, and more, above.

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