Little Mix can confidently give themselves a pat on the back as they have managed to achieve the impossible task of making their record label boss Simon Cowell a very happy man following the success of their debut album ‘DNA’ in the US.
Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Ann Pinnock, Jesy Nelson and Jade Thirwall have embarked on a whirlwind promotional tour in the States this week to support the release of their first album ‘DNA’ which has enjoyed success in the UK since its release last year.
Incredibly, the album has raced up the US iTunes chart in the last week sitting at number two only behind Daft Punk’s untouchable record ‘Random Access Memories’, which is currently dominating the album charts in 20 countries.
Clearly bowled over by the instant popularity of the album, X Factor boss Simon congratulated the four-piece for all the achievements they have clocked up since winning the competition in 2011.
â€śSo proud of @LittleMixOffic! The first group to win @TheXFactor UK have released their debut album #DNA in the US,â€ť Simon tweeted on Tuesday.
Little Mix have been hard at work over the last few days drumming up anticipation for the album which has so far included hosting an album signing at Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey, where they greeted a hoard of fans who have snapped up a copy of the record.
The LP features the chart-topping hit ‘Wings,’ edgy second single ‘DNA’, reflective number ‘Change Your Life’ and the Missy Elliott-featuring track ‘How Ya Doin?’
‘DNA’ is out in the US now. Well done, girls!