Let’s just say that Little Mix’s new album is probably one of the most solid albums they have released. So much so, we could imagine a music video for each of the songs; although, the chances of that happening is next to none.
None of the promotional instant grat singles got a music video, so at the moment we’re working with the one and only music video from this album: “Shout Out To My Ex“.
This allows us to conclude only official singles will get a music video. Check out what songs we think will become singles.
Watch Little Mix’s Music Video To “Shout Out To My Ex” Here:
Disregarding the fact that the follow-up singles will be the only tracks to have music videos; let’s presume any of the songs had the potential to be stand-alone music videos. Here’s what we’re hoping for.
This is an obvious next single; since, on the deluxe edition of the album, there is an acoustic version as an additional track. Presuming this gets a music video, we expect some more fierce girl power as originally seen in the first single. Maybe a love interest for each of the girls and an epic dance choreography scene, obviously.
We can see Little Mix doing a “Love Me Like You” single release all over again. “F.U.” would work perfectly as a Christmas remix, much like the second single from album number three. It’s a typical Little Mix ballad. We could definitely imagine a narrative music video, where we watch a guy cheating on his girlfriend, but the girl falls for his good looks and his charms and never gets the nerve to walk out and leave, until the very end.
Oops (feat. Charlie Puth)
Is this obvious? Considering it’s the only track on the entire album that stars a featured singer, it practically suggests potential single and music video, right? We could totally imagine something similar to his duet with Meghan Trainor on “Marvin Gaye”. Charlie Puth could be shown as waking up in each of the girls’ beds as each chorus starts off.
No More Sad Songs
This one is upbeat and we can imagine Little Mix on the dance floor in a club, letting loose, dancing the night away, and forgetting about that boy that is playing on their minds. The ending scene could totally be them in the taxi, driving with the windows down, still day-dreaming about this guy.
This fired-up song sends out girl power vibes, that flit up similar scenes to Britney Spears’ “Womanizer”. It’s doubtful this song will become a single, let alone have a music video because it’s on the deluxe edition of the album as a bonus track; but they could totally bring it with a video for this song.
Do you agree with our choices? Can you come up with better suggestions and ideas for music videos? Tell us what songs you think deserve music videos by Tweeting us @CelebMix.