Little Mix are pushing forward with their album promo despite reportedly getting dropped from Simon Cowells record label.
Its said that the British girl group are no longer signed to Syco Music after an alleged row between the label and their management company, Modest, over a writing credit for their latest single Woman Like Me.
Despite the reported the tension behind-the-scenes, Little Mix are keeping busy with the release of their next single, Joan of Arc, which will appear on their next album LM5.
Singer Perrie Edwards has teased the tracks music video and it looks to be their most sultry yet.
In the teaser clips, Perrie is clad in a corset and trousers with a cane – reminiscent of Lady Marmalade – and sports a wet look blonde bob.
One scene features a close-up shot of the singer biting down on a set of white pearls, which she captioned: Yaaass you better bite those Chanel pearls. Honestly who do I think I am? before shes seen writhing around with the cane as a prop.
A selfie shows her wearing a Calvin Klein bra while her bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock is briefly seen in another teaser clip of the finished video.
Lyrics in Joan of Arc include: I dont need a man / If Im loving you its cause I can / I dont want your cash / I put my own rock on my hand.
Hours before, reports emerged that Little Mix had parted ways with Syco after allegedly confronting label boss Simon, 56, over issues with Woman Like Me and their forthcoming fifth album.
A row is said to have ensued prompting a rep for Simon to confirm in a statement that the label no longer works with acts under Modest management, including last years X Factor winners Rak-Su.
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The spokesperson told The Sun: Syco Music will no longer work with Modest Management and therefore any artists signed to that management company.
We do, of course, wish all artists affected by this decision every future success. Consequently, LM5, the forthcoming Little Mix album A&Rd and released on Syco Music, is to be serviced by RCA at the request of Syco and Simon Cowell.
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