Leigh-Anne Pinnock

22nd June

After years of success with the band Little Mix - the first British girl band to win the ‘X Factor’ television programme - Leigh-Anne is now embarking on an exciting new phase in her career as a solo artist. 

Influenced by genres ranging from old school R&B to garage, amapiano and reggae, her music offers both diversity and authenticity. The single ‘Don't Say Love’ marks the beginning of this new chapter and offers fans a glimpse of what they can expect from Leigh-Anne Pinnock's solo journey. Working with a variety of talents, including Stormzy, P2J, Darkchild, and Kassa Alexander, Leigh-Anne is set to surprise and captivate audiences. 

Leigh-Anne's career began with the success of the girl band Little Mix, the first group to win the TV talent show ‘X Factor’. This was one of the best-selling girl groups of all time, with over 50 million records sold worldwide. However, as a woman of African descent in a predominantly white industry, Leigh-Anne faced significant challenges. In 2020, inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, the artist spoke publicly about her experiences of feeling invisible and marginalised, receiving overwhelming support from fans. 

Through the BBC documentary ‘Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop and Power’ and her initiative ‘The Black Fund’, the artist continues to promote change and support organisations dedicated to the black community. Her memoir ‘Believe,’ written with author Natalie Morris, will be published later this year and offers a deeper insight into her personal and professional journey. 

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