They were four solo singers before the music mogul Simon Cowell decided to shake things up and shape Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock in Little Mix.
Created in 2011, the gritty group of girls continued to be the leading exporter of X Factor with four hugely successful albums and a handful of awards, including a BRIT for the best single Brit.
So, just because I'm the ferocious quartet and Syco that separate?
False rumors among fans have triggered a photo of files with some saying that the four have split with Syco to get a new manager – this has been firmly denied as opposed to the theories of Mixers – Cowell separated from the ways with their management, Modest , not on the other side the ride.
One thinks of the creator of X Factor He decided to support the loyal staff members who worked on his Syco label for years, but said he will support Little Mix by inviting them to perform in the X Factor final.
A spokesman for Simon said: "Syco Music will no longer work with Modest Management and therefore every artist has signed with that management company.
"Of course, we wish all the artists affected by this decision every future success, so LM5, the upcoming Little Mix album A & R & # 39; d and released on Syco Music, will be served by RCA at the request of Syco and Simon Cowell."
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Fans say the girls have chosen to move to the RCA label because it is the home of MD Stacey Tang.
Jesy made it clear how much the splitting is bitter, like an Instagram post saying, "They'll leave Syco and then they'll say what's going on with Syco."
It is thought that the files began when the girls felt they had not shown enough appreciation for their single, Woman Like Me, who saw American superstar Nicki Minaj.
After asking for a credit for writing alongside Ed Sheeren, Jess Glynne and Steve Mac, Cowell would eventually give in.
The girls, however, were thought to be dismayed because they had to fight for a credit they thought was due automatically.
It is believed that all four wrote an e-mail with strong words that raised the problems they had with his label.
It is said that a larger series broke out between the label and the management company of the Modest girls.
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