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Little Mix album full of 'their own sexual energy' and needs 'parental guidance'

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Little Mix album full of 'their own sexual energy' and needs 'parental guidance'


Little Mix ‘s new album is guaranteed to send pulses racing.

Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock are said to be putting out a record that requires parental guidance, according to their chief songwriter Kamille.

And as the girls used “their own sexual energy” to write the songs, Kamille says fans can expect their forthcoming album to leave them feeling hot under the collar.

For years now, songwriter Kamille – real name Camille Angelina Purcell – has been dubbed known as the band’s unofficial fifth member.

Helping the foursome write their chart-topping bangers since their early days, Kamille, 32, managed to get the girls to break free from their teen pop image.



The band’s ‘unofficial fifth member’ Kamille says the album requires parental guidance

She explained: “A big part of that is because the girls are not young anymore. They are grown women who have their own minds, their own sexual energy, and sometimes they wanna just say some sh*t!”

“It’s been a journey, having to keep it super PG. I’m definitely someone who always wants to push that, and we have with this new album. I do like making things a bit controversial – I think that’s what sells and what catches people’s ear.”

Kamille has scooped up many gongs for her involvement with the band’s music.



Little Mix are said to have used ‘their own sexual energy’ in their forthcoming album

She previously took home a BRIT award with them for their hit song Shout Out To My Ex, which proved to be the ultimate break up song across the globe.

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She also helped write seven songs on their new album Confetti which is set to be released this Friday.

Explaining how her close relationship with the girls reflects on her writing process, she explained: “Over the years, we’ve built up a lot of trust.”



The girls have come a long way to shed their pop image since being formed on The X Factor back in 2011

Kamille added: “I think it comes from having success together. They’ve got to the point where they can trust that I’m gonna go in the studio and write something that’s gonna reflect them.

“We know each other so well, I can literally just write something that they probably would have said. I try and build that with any artists I’m working with. I really like to have a relationship. Just being a friend to people I think is the most important thing.”

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