Lyrics penned by Camille Purcelle and Maegan Cottone have helped Little Mix extend their sales lead over Fifth Harmony.
Good news for the Brit-Pop force and their Sony sibling Beyonce after the leap…
Little’s latest album, backed by the cuts ‘Hair’ and ‘Black Magic’ recently reached sales of 827,000 units worldwide.
Bolstered by their ‘Get Weird’ world tour, the album’s sales now sit just 173,000 units away from hitting the 1 million units sold milestone…a major feat in today’s commercial climate.
With these numbers Mix stand tall as the world’s leading girl group sans the support of a ‘Work From Home‘-sized smash hit single.
How their aforementioned tour fared?
Very well, pulling in $19,698,518 from 60 shows.
They aren’t the only ones making a sales splash for Sony Music Entertainment.
For, Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade‘-lifted single ‘Sorry’ has been certified Platinum in the United States for sales and streams of 1 million units.
That isn’t all.
Swimming in Gold waters are its sisters ‘Hold Up‘ and ‘Formation‘, both of which have sold over 500,000 units in the United States alone to date.