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May 25 Listen: Halsey – “Strangers” (featuring Lauren Jauregui)

In about a week’s time, Halsey‘s highly-anticipated sophomore album ‘hopeless fountain kingdom’ will arrive physically and on all digital platforms. Up until today, only two songs had been shared from the seemingly-themed album, “Now or Never” and “Eyes Closed,” the latter receiving an award show performance on Sunday at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards. Today, one of the album’s only collaborations arrives. On the song, titled “Strangers,” Halsey enlists Fifth Harmony‘s Lauren Jauregui, an interesting but perfect choice for the disco-infused track, now streaming on Spotify. Hear it below!

Dec 08 Listen: Marian Hill – “Back To Me” (feat. Lauren Jauregui)

It’s official. Camila Cabello is no longer the only member of Fifth Harmony in the solo’s sphere. As of today (Dec. 9), Lauren Jauregui, by way of Marian Hill’s brand new single “Back To Me,” makes her debut. Following in her bandmates’ footsteps, Jauregui lends her vocals on the newly-released single by the emerging duo, a dream combination teased about on social media days before its release. “Back To Me,” like Marian Hill’s previous releases lands on the indie-pop spectrum, with a repetitive rhythm through the song. For her first track without the rest of the girls of Fifth Harmony,...more

Sep 11 Listen: Fifth Harmony – “Sensitive”

Seems like the girls of Fifth Harmony had quite the repertoire of leftovers from the recording sessions for the newest album, 7/27. First it was the sassy anthem “Voicemail”, now it’s the 90’s influenced “Sensitive”. The recently leaked track touches on the subject of hurting someone who is emotionally invested in you. With a fully throwback R&B-influenced production, the girls tell their love interest that they are moving on and letting them go. “You’re so sensitive, baby / and I love that about you / But you’re driving me crazy / ‘Cause your jealous in love” sings Fifth Harmony in the chorus....more

Jul 15 Listen: Fifth Harmony – “Voicemail”

A new Fifth Harmony track has found its way into the Internet today.  The brand new track titled “Voicemail” is a leftover from the recording sessions for this year’s 7/27. The track could very well be the female version of *NSYNC’s hit single “Bye Bye Bye”, with its blatant 90’s influence and similar production. “You have reached a phone number that is no longer in service for you. So don’t wait for me to call you back. ‘Cause I ain’t doing to bad” sing the girls led by member Dinah Jane Hansen. “Voicemail” was added to Napster’s edition of 7/27 on...more

Jun 23 Watch: Fifth Harmony – “All In My Head (Flex)” ft. Fetty Wap

It’s finally summer, and the girls from Fifth Harmony came through with the summer anthem we were all craving. Their second single, “All In My Head (Flex)”, off their sophomore effort 7/27 got the music video treatment. The Director X-directed visual shows the girl group enjoying themselves in a paradisiacal beach during the day, and partying it up with Fetty Wap at night. It looks and sounds like another hit for the girls. The song also earned the most added honor at pop radio earlier this week. ICYMI, 5H will be going on tour this summer to support their brand new album. Check...more

May 23 Watch: Fifth Harmony – “All In My Head (Flex)” (feat. Fetty Wap)

Fifth Harmony’s sophomore album, 7/27, is set to land on Friday, May 27. Ahead of the album’s release, the ladies have shared the album’s official second single. The single, titled “All In My Head (Flex)” features the one and only Fetty Wap, and it’s debut was made during an encore of the 2016 Billboard Music Awards on Xfinity TV. Much like “Work From Home,” their highest charting single till date, All In My Head is an upbeat, dancefloor-ready anthem likely to continue their streak as the most-successful girl group in recent years. Unlike any of their other songs, Dinah Jane...more