A brand-new version of Little Mix's Between Us album lands on streaming

And it includes Love Me Like You. Justice.

Surprise! A brand-new version of Little Mix's hit-packed Between Us compilation just dropped.

They might be over a year into their hiatus, but forward-thinking, future-proofing Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards are keeping the fans fed.

This week, the group release their 2021 Top 5 album Between Us to streaming with 21 'sped up' versions of their biggest hits - from Shout Out to My Ex to Secret Love Song. Why? Because these 'sped up' tracks are increasingly popular on social media.

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Recognising the true power of a viral TikTok video, this brand-new edition of the group's hits compilation includes sped up - or 'nightcore' - versions of the tracks; meaning any future social media trends can incorporate the band's official sounds.

And what's more, this is the only digital version of Between Us to include Little Mix's 2015 single Love Me Like You.

Justice is served.

Listen to Little Mix's Love Me Like You (Sped Up) below:

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This all comes after Leigh-Anne Pinnock recently released a cover of Coco Jones's ICU ahead of the much-anticipated launch of her solo career.

Speaking about her choice of cover, Leigh-Anne said: "Thank you everyone for all the love on my SWV cover for #IWD. I know you've been asking for another one and when I was asked what to cover next, I knew there was only one song I wanted to do.

"I've been obsessed with Coco Jones and her song ICU for so long and now I finally get to present my take on it. We filmed this one in south London in this gorgeous record shop and I'm so happy with how it all came together."

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Meh. Rather play the originals than TikTok sped ups. I also don't see the appeal of dancing to sped up .




Its all about keep on making money