Listen: Little Mix unleashes new single 'Power' featuring Stormzy
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U.K. pop group Little Mix released the new single "Power" on May 25. Grime artist Stormzy features on the radio edit.

"Power" is the fourth single from Little Mix's Glory Days album. The ladies led the charge last year with "Shout Out to My Ex" and then "Touch" and "No More Sad Songs" featuring Machine Gun Kelly followed. Little Mix gets in formation with Stormzy for "Power."

"Power" is the most raucous single from Glory Days so far. A motorcycle revving up kicks off the track before the industrial beats and tropical drop strike. The four members bring the fire in their performances and hold it down for the ladies in relationships. "Just 'cause you're packing, packing down south / That don't mean I'm ever gonna take it lying down," Perrie Edwards sings. Stormzy storms through with a verse co-signing Little Mix's message. "But as long as I'm alive / I'll be sponsoring your pride," he adds. Little Mix unleashes an undeniable blast of pop brimming with pure girl power.

"Power" featuring Stormzy is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Last year the Glory Days album reached No. 25 on the Billboard 200 chart in the U.S.