A YOUNG Kidderminster DJ and Tesco worker has dropped an official remix of the latest single by popular girl group Little Mix.

Rising star Emily Nash put her own spin on the track Love (Sweet Love), the lead single from the groups greatest hits album Between Us.

The 20-year-old DJ and producer, who works at the Weaver's Wharf Tesco in Kidderminster, says she feels "honoured" to work on the remix.


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She said: "When I first got asked to do the remix I was so honoured as Little Mix are obviously one of the biggest girl bands in the world.

"It’s my second remix so to have such a huge artists to remix is amazing.

"Already on day one the streams are smashing it and it seems to be getting loads of support all over the world."

Emily attended King Charles I School and studied music production at Kidderminster College.

She recently landed a record deal with Ministry of Sound, the world famous 'home of dance music,' and performed Leeds Festival and Creamfields.

Some of her influences include Gorgon City, Annie Mac, MK and the Radio One DJ Jaguar, who championed her music early on.

The producer dreams of releasing a number one single and hopes to travel to world as a DJ.