Little Mix's Top 20 biggest singles on the Official Chart

To celebrate 10 years of Little Mix, we reveal the group's Official Top 20 biggest hits so far.

Since beating the odds to be crowned winners of The X Factor in 2011, Little Mix have tirelessly turned out hit records and now rank among the UK's great girlbands of all time.

Now the group are marking a decade together with new album Between Us - a retrospective with five brand-new tracks, out now. And they've got plenty of hits to pick off for a best-of: 31 Top 40 singles, including five Number 1s. View Little Mix's full Official Chart history here.

When it comes to UK sales and streams, here's how Little Mix's hits stack up... 

Cannonball 
Official Chart Peak: Number 1
Released: 2011
UK chart sales: 561,000

The group's lowest selling Number 1 is their X Factor winner's single - a cover of Damien Rice's Cannonball, which was a Top 40 hit for the folk musician in 2003. Placing 18th in their all-time Top 20, it's a song Little Mix rarely acknowledge these days, but knowing that Simon Cowell likely didn't even consider them show champions when selecting the winner's single makes it slightly more palatable. 


Little Mix with their Official Number 1 Single Award for Wings

Heartbreak Anthem (with Galantis and David Guetta)
Official Chart peak: 3
Released: 2021
UK chart sales: 633,000

At Number 15, this collaboration with Swedish duo Galantis and David Guetta is Little Mix's most recent addition to their all-time Top 20. Released shortly after their much-deserved BRIT Award win for Best Group in May 2021, this Europop banger is a close relative of their Number 1 smash Shout Out To My Ex - more on that one later...

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Sweet Melody 
Official Chart peak: Number 1
Released: 2020
Combined sales: 801,000

Little Mix's fifth and most recent Number 1, the super-charged Sweet Melody completed a ten-week climb to the summit in January 2021, reaching the top less than a month after Jesy Nelson's depature. The track had serious legs, enjoying 30 weeks in the Top 100 - one of their longest runs on the chart - and already places 12th in their all-time Top 20. Watch the group celebrate their most recent chart-topper below:

Hair
Official Chart Peak: Number 11
Released: 2015
UK chart sales: 927,000

Hair is the group's biggest single to miss the Top 10, ranking ninth in their all-time Top 20, and in terms of chart sales, outperforms some of their higher charting efforts including Salute, Move, DNA and Word Up. Hair was first released as a teaser track ahead of their Get Weird album, before being upgraded to single status in 2016 with a new mix featuring Sean Paul.

Wings
Official Chart peak: Number 1
Released: 2012
UK chart sales: 969,000

Little Mix's first single proper was a life-affirming banger encouraging everyone to forget the haters and live their best life. It spent one week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart and has aged remarkably well, placing eighth on their Top 20 with 51 million streams logged to date, despite being released two years before streaming records began. 

Secret Love Song
Official Chart Peak: Number 6
Released: 2015
UK chart sales: 1.33 million

Little Mix's biggest ballad ranks at Number 5 in their Top 20, with 1.4 million chart sales to date. The collaboration with Jason Derulo - who co-wrote the song - was apparently inspired by the group's Radio 1 Live Lounge cover of his single Want To Want Me.

Touch
Official Chart Peak: Number 4
Released: 2016
UK chart sales: 1.6 million 

Despite missing the top spot, Touch is one of Little Mix's most successful singles. The MNEK-produced track spent ten weeks in the Top 10, six of which were spent stuck at Number 4. The song places third in their all-time chart, and is also their third most-streamed hit, with a massive 150 million plays to date. 


Little Mix with their Official Number 1 Single Award for Shout Out To my Ex 

Shout Out To My Ex
Official Chart Peak: Number 1
Released: 2016
UK chart sales: 2 million

This joyous kiss-off anthem - released a few months after Perrie's split from Zayn Malik, no less - charged straight in at Number 1 and spent three weeks there, shifting 95,000 chart sales in it's opening week. It was also the only chart-topping single that year with a female lead - Girl Power indeed! 

Little Mix's Top 20 biggest singles on the Official Chart 

Listen to Little Mix's Official Top 20 singles on Spotify and Deezer

POS TITLE ARTIST YEAR PEAK
1 SHOUT OUT TO MY EX LITTLE MIX 2016 1
2 BLACK MAGIC LITTLE MIX 2015 1
3 TOUCH LITTLE MIX 2016 4
4 POWER LITTLE MIX 2016 6
5 SECRET LOVE SONG LITTLE MIX FT JASON DERULO 2015 6
6 REGGAETON LENTO (REMIX) CNCO & LITTLE MIX 2017 5
7 WOMAN LIKE ME LITTLE MIX FT NICKI MINAJ 2018 2
8 WINGS LITTLE MIX 2012 1
9 HAIR LITTLE MIX 2015 11
10 NO MORE SAD SONGS LITTLE MIX 2016 15
11 LOVE ME LIKE YOU LITTLE MIX 2015 11
12 SWEET MELODY LITTLE MIX 2020 1
13 MOVE LITTLE MIX 2013 3
14 ONLY YOU CHEAT CODES & LITTLE MIX 2018 13
15 HEARTBREAK ANTHEM GALANTIS/GUETTA/LITTLE MIX 2021 3
16 SALUTE LITTLE MIX 2013 6
17 BREAK UP SONG LITTLE MIX 2020 9
18 CANNONBALL LITTLE MIX 2011 1
19 DNA LITTLE MIX 2012 3
20 HOLIDAY LITTLE MIX 2020 15

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Little Mix's biggest albums

When it comes to albums, Little Mix have shifted 3.6 million across their six records. 2017's Glory Days finishes on top with a mighty 1.2 million chart sales, followed by 2015's Get Weird on 929,000. 

Their debut album DNA is approaching the half million mark with 470,000 combined sales, while their second collection Salute is fourth on 426,000. 2018's LM5 is on 321,000, and finally 2020's Confetti has so far racked up 221,000 chart sales.