X Factor News: Simon Cowell and SYCO delay release of Little Mix’s debut album
The release date of Little Mix’s debut album has been pushed back.
The girlband landed a record deal with Simon Cowell’s SYCO record label, after winning The X Factor last December and it was later reported that they would be rush releasing their debut album in March 2012.
However, the ladies have now confirmed that the date has been pushed back, as the label want to put some extra effort into the record, most likely in the hopes that they can stop Little Mix flopping like the last few winners of the show.
Perrie Edwards told the Daily Star: “We’ve been getting involved in the writing so it’s taking a while to finish the album.
“We want to release it as soon as possible but not until we’re 100 per cent happy.”
“We don’t want to rush it and end up flopping.”
However, show runner up Marcus Collins is not of the same mind and will be going ahead, with the release of his debut single ‘Seven Nation Army’ in just a few weeks time. He is due to release his single on March 4th, and will follow it up with his self titled debut album on the 12th of the month.
The album features tracks penned by himself and former mentor Gary Barlow.
Which album do you think will be the bigger hit and which will you be buying? Leave your comments below.
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