EXCLUSIVE: Little Mix unveil a different side as they beat-box and rap on new track Going Nowhere
21:29 GMT, 7 November 2012
Little Mix are ensuring pop world domination is on the way by showcasing a different side to themselves with an exclusive track on MailOnline.
The X Factor winning girl group have recorded a mid-paced, piano and guitar-led song called Going Nowhere, which sees them rapping like their mentor Tulisa.
The exclusive recording, which also appears on the band's debut album, DNA, is their most anthemic and inspirational song to date.
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Pop-tastic: Little Mix have unveiled an exclusive track called Going Nowhere, which has been taken from their debut album DNA
Going Nowhere has been co-written with Nicola Roberts, Iain James and Fred Ball.
The song has a completely different vibe to their number one smash hit Wings, and even features the girls trying their hand at rapping and beat-boxing.
The girls sing a telling message to a boyfriend that they believe is no longer making enough effort in their relationship.
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They hit the chorus with the lyrics: 'Leave, you're not the boy you said you'd be. And it's so hard for me to breath.
'How can I love you boy if your going nowhere We're going nowhere.'
With 12 tracks on the standard edition album Little Mix had a hand in each and every track.
They said: 'All of our songs mean something. We've never ever gone into the studio and gone 'yeah, that will do'. We wanted to make an album of singles.'