The British girl group shares powerful messages about gender equality and brings some of the biggest drag queens in the empowering visuals.
Mixers, you are up for a treat! Little Mix has finally released the much-anticipated music video for their latest single "Power" featuring Stormzy, and it is beyond our wildest dreams. The vibrant visuals definitely serves the female empowerment anthem right, as it features the mothers of the members and some of the biggest drag queens today.
Sporting unique ensembles, Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock strike some fierce poses on top of a sports car. The clip also finds the group hanging out with a biker gang and even cozying up to drag queens. By the end of the video, everyone comes together, including the mother of each member, marching through the streets.
"You're the man, but I got the, I got the, I got the power/ You make rain, but I'll make it, I'll make it shower/ You should know, I'm the one who's in control/ I'll let you come take the wheel, as long as you don't forget," the girl group sings on the chorus.
The official video on YouTube has racked up almost half a million views in less than an hour. A fan wrote below the clip, "Little Mix slaying us all, and then reviving us with their beautiful voices. They look gorgeous and fierce at the same time in this video, Love it." Meanwhile, another gushed, "Wow amazing and I love the fact that they put their mother on it. It's so precious."
By releasing the video in LGBT Pride month, it looks like Little Mix wants to deliver political messages regarding gender equality throughout the clip. The crowd on the video represents marches and protests on gender equality for the last few months.