Music Notes

Little Mix's 'Power' Music Video Features Their Moms, Drag Queens, And Tons Of Female Empowerment

These women definitely "got the power."

Little Mix is showing us just how much "Power" they have in their newest music video. The British girl group have gifted us with a fierce clip featuring some of the world's most famous drag queens and some other extra-special guests: their very own moms.

The four-minute video shows each of the women in unique settings. Perrie Edwards rocking out as a bohemian, Jesy Nelson as the leader of a biker gang, Leigh-Anne Pinnock smizing and striking poses on a sports car, and Jade Thirlwall outside a rainbow-marked club with some RuPaul's Drag Race alums — specifically Alaska Thunderf*ck 5000, Courtney Act, and Willam.

Everyone comes together at the end for a march through the streets, which is when the moms/mums join in on the fun. People hold signs reading "Make love not war," "Love," "Peace," and "Girl power." The entire video — but the big finale especially — showcases female empowerment, is a moving display of love for the LGBTQ community, and promotes a strong sense of unity.

Little Mix doesn't hold back with the lyrics, either: "Baby, 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, I'll make it shower / You should know, I'm the one who's in control / I'll let you come take the wheel, long as you don't forget."

Good luck getting this banger out of your head!


Watch Little Mix's full music video for "Power" here:

(H/T: Just Jared)


Subscribe to our newsletter and get the latest news and exclusive updates.