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Little Mix - Power (Official Video) Ft. Stormzy


Cited as a "girl power and gay anthem",[6] "Power" lyrically addresses sexism and female supremacy. The music video, which features drag queens, holds a political message in reference of marches being held for "gender equality" and protests.[7] The song was commercially successful, peaking at number six on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the group's eleventh top ten single there. In 2018, the song was chosen by WWE as the official theme song for their first ever women's Royal Rumble.[8] In July 2022, the song received renewed attention after becoming viral on the video-sharing social platform,TikTok.[9]




Little Mix - Power (Official Video) ft. Stormzy



The music video was released on 9 June 2017 and was directed by Hannah Lux Davis, and filmed in Los Angeles. It features each member of Little Mix as the leader of their own faction of women. Jesy Nelson leads a group of leather-clad bikers, Leigh-Anne Pinnock leads a fashion-forward street crew, Perrie Edwards leads a group of hippies who were a big part of the 1960s-70s American feminist movement, and Jade Thirlwall leads a troupe of drag queens with representation of LGBTQA+ scenes.[16] In the end, each faction comes together in a show of feminine power reminiscent of the Women's March.[17]


"Power" is definitely one of the strongest tracks off of Little Mix's Glory Days, all about, well, power. It's all about being a badass force to be reckoned with. And the music video definitely embodies that vibe. Leigh-Ann strikes some fierce poses while on top of a sports car, Jesy appears to be the leader of a biker gang, Perrie hangs out as a hippie, and Jade gets some personal time with the drag queens. Then everyone comes together for an epic march through the streets, with the girls' moms also joining the crowd.


Little Mix have released their official music video for 'Power', which features Stormzy and focuses on girl-power and female unity by featuring a multitude of women of all different backgrounds, races, and gender identities.


Alaska, Courtney Act, and Willam of RuPaul's Drag Race are making music industry moves as guest stars in Little Mix's new "Power" video (below), also featuring Stormzy. The video espouses female empowerment and luscious dancing.