A Katy Perry-indebted extraterrestrial excursion for the girl group and T-Boz.
A lift from an old De La Soul jam elevates "How Ya Doin" to one of the most fun tracks on "DNA."
An impressively stark ballad that marks the album's most emotional moment.
Another mid-tempo ballad, though at least this one has a little drama to it.
The military thing works pretty damn well for Little Mix.
We hoped the group would be above ballads this trite.
A more vulnerable spin on the "Wings" lyrical theme of self-preservation.
The title ballad of Little Mix's debut LP is solidly produced, but a little odd lyrically.
Our track-by-track review of the girl group's debut album begins with the set's breakout lead single.
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America decides between Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel and The Swon Brothers.
Paul put Eleanors on the map, yo.
We've got our first John Mayer diss track, and it is MEAN.
Even Mr. Movin' On is smiling.
We're getting the strong feeling Mr. Bieber does not care for paparazzi.
Why did Lil Wayne sully the honor of this great nation?
Vicky just dropped her first post-Victorious single and it's pretty good.
Just like The Pussycat Dolls, only not as good.
2NE1 plans to make up for lost time.
The final three artists take the stage and vie for votes for the last time.
As usual, B.A.P continues to work without rest.
Surprisingly, a song called "Bring the Noize" is not the laid-back jam we expected.
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