Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis grace sophomore album by Little Mix

28 Aug

Little Mix have have recruited Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis for their upcoming as-yet-untitled sophomore album, which serves as the follow-up to 2012’s “DNA” [Sony Music Entertainment / Syco Music / Columbia Records].

The legendary songwriting and production duo are known for collaborating with the likes of Mariah Carey [Island Def Jam Recordings], Usher [RCA Records], Gwen Stefani [Interscope Records] and Kelly Rowland [Republic Records].

Some of their biggest hits include “All for You” by Janet Jackson [Virgin Records], “I Wish I Wasn’t” by Heather Headley [RCA Records], “Up and Down” by Deborah Cox [J Records], “Dance With My Father” by Celine Dion [Columbia Records] and “Chante’s Got a Man” by Chante Moore [MCA Records].

Meanwhile, the new collection by Little Mix is confirmed to boast additional productions from Future Cut: Darren Lewis & Tunde Babalola (Whinnie Williams, Olly Murs), Uzoechi “MNEK” Emenike (A*M*E, The Saturdays) and TMS: Thomas Barnes, Peter Kelleher & Ben Kohn (Jessie J, Professor Green).

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