Leigh-Anne has unveiled brand-new track ‘Stealin’ Love’, out now via Warner Records.

Produced by Ian Kirkpatrick (Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez), the song was written by Leigh-Anne alongside collaborators Jermaine Jackson, Philip Plested and RØMANS.

The singer commented, “’Stealin’ Love’ speaks to those times when you feel like you are pouring so much love into someone and not getting what you need back. I think it’s incredibly powerful to be open and honest about these moments.”


Leigh-Anne previously shared that ‘Stealin’ Love’ is the first of a collection of songs she created whilst working on her debut album: “I’ve been writing & recording so much working on my album but while making it, I’ve made a collection of songs that fit together in their own world. The first song is coming next week and then I’ll be sharing more new music in the following weeks. Sh*t’s about to get very real…”

Heartfelt R&B cut ‘Stealin’ Love’ follows on from the garage-infused ‘Don’t Say Love’ and the Ayra Starr assisted ‘My Love’, as the Little Mix star continues to cement her rebirth as a solo artist.

Experimenting with new sounds and embracing genres such as Garage and Afrobeats, she has quickly amassed over 60M global streams and earned two UK top 40 singles.

In addition, she has announced her first ever headline show at Lafayette, London on 11 June 2024, tickets on sale Friday (05 April) at 10am from AXS See Tickets

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