Who Is Kamille? Singer-Songwriter Featured On Little Mix's 'More Than Words'
18 October 2018, 12:16 | Updated: 30 October 2018, 17:05
Little Mix's 'More Than Words' from the album 'LM5' features rising star Camille Purcell, known as Kamille. Who is the singer-songwriter behind the new Little Mix song and loads more massive hits?
Kamille is a 29-year-old singer-songwriter from south London, who's set for big things in 2019.
She features on Little Mix's 'More Than Words' and has written six other tracks from the group's latest album LM5.
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Plus, she's already had two Official Vodafone Big Top 40 Number 1 songs in 2018, with songwriting credits on Clean Bandit's 'Solo' and Jess Glynne's 'I'll Be There'.
We've got everything you need to know about Kamille, including her Instagram and biggest songs to-date...
Which songs has Kamille written for Little Mix?
As well as featuring on 'More Than Words', Kamille wrote another six songs for Little Mix's 'LM5' album: 'Think About Us', 'Strip (featuring Sharaya J)', 'Monster In Me', 'Love A Girl Right', 'The Cure' and 'Forget You Not'.
But that's not all because Kamille has written a load of other songs for the girls, including their hit singles 'Reggaetón Lento (Remix)', 'Power', 'Black Magic', 'Hair' and 'Shout Out to My Ex'.
Who else has Kamille written for?
Basically, loads of the biggest British acts of the last decade, including Jessie J, James Arthur, Louisa, Jax Jones, Olly Murs, Leona Lewis, and - our personal favourites - JLS.
Her first major hit was The Saturdays' 'What About Us' with Sean Paul in 2012.
What are Kamille's biggest songs?
Kamille doesn't just write for other people though, she's got tunes of her own too.
So far the singer has released three singles: 'Emotional', 'Raindrops' and 'Body'. She's also worked with Gorgon City on their 2018 song 'Go Deep', alongside Ghosted.
What is Kamille's Instagram?
If you want to see more of Kamille, check out her verified Instagram account '@kamille'.