14 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This full-length debut is a colorful blast of attitude-packed R&B pop, spiced up with flirty rhymes (“Them Girls Be Like”), Mariah Carey samples (the ultra-catchy "Like Mariah”), and guests including Kid Ink, Tyga, and Meghan Trainor. It’s the tunes when the distinct singers lean into lush vocal harmonies—“Reflection,” "This Is How We Roll,” “We Know"—where the album really shines.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

This full-length debut is a colorful blast of attitude-packed R&B pop, spiced up with flirty rhymes (“Them Girls Be Like”), Mariah Carey samples (the ultra-catchy "Like Mariah”), and guests including Kid Ink, Tyga, and Meghan Trainor. It’s the tunes when the distinct singers lean into lush vocal harmonies—“Reflection,” "This Is How We Roll,” “We Know"—where the album really shines.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
8K Ratings
8K Ratings
griffin maybe

Reflection

Out of the 7 or 6 songs I’ve heard, this is one of the best pop albums of the year

FifthGods

FLAWLESS

these girls are gonna slay with this album. I love bo$$ and the instant grant is amazing. so proud of my babies :'))

No seriously I love myself

Trying too hard to be "trendy"

I love Fifth Harmony! I think they're all super talented, funny and sweet..but whoever decided to do this concept has gone over the top. Their use of phrases like "do the nae nae", "I ain't thirstin for no bae", "them girls be like", and others really irks me. It seems like they're just taking phrases that were made popular by things like vine and using them as an attempt to attract a bigger audience. I was disappointed with BO$$ but when I saw they were coming out with an album I hoped they would maybe go for a different approach. Unfortunately, the album cover looks tacky, and "Them Girls Be Like" has the same problem as BO$$. Hopefully the rest of the album has better music.

About Fifth Harmony

Fifth Harmony are an all-female contemporary R&B vocal group who formed in 2012 while competing on the second season of Fox's The X Factor. Originally, Fifth Harmony featured vocalists Normani Kordei Hamilton, Lauren Jauregui, Allyson Brooke Hernandez, Dinah Jane Hansen, and Camila Cabello. The members of the band entered The X Factor competition individually as solo artists and were then placed together by judge Simon Cowell to compete in the "groups" category. Ultimately, Fifth Harmony finished in third place behind Carly Rose Sonenclar and first-place winner Tate Stevens. After The X Factor, Fifth Harmony signed to Epic Records in the U.S. and Cowell's Syco Records in Britain. In 2015, they released their debut full-length studio album, Reflection, which included the singles "Bo$$," "Sledgehammer," and "Worth It." The album debuted at number five on the U.S. Billboard 200, eventually reaching gold certification status. Also in 2015, they embarked on their first headlining tour.

They following year, Fifth Harmony returned with their sophomore full-length album, 7/27. Named after the date that the group was officially formed during their time on The X Factor, the album featured production from a handful of top-level hitmakers, including DallasK, Stargate, Kygo, and others. Buoyed by the singles "The Life" and "Work from Home," featuring Ty Dolla $ign, 7/27 debuted at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Several months later, Cabello issued her own single, "Bad Things," a duet with rapper Machine Gun Kelly. The track performed well, eventually reaching the Top Ten of the Billboard singles chart in December 2016. On the heels of that success, Cabello announced she was leaving the group to pursue a solo career.

In the summer of 2017, the quartet returned with "Down" featuring rapper Gucci Mane. The track was included on their third studio album, and their first without Cabello, 2017's Fifth Harmony. Also included on the album was the Skrillex- and Poo Bear-produced single "Angel," as well as productions from Ammo, DallasK, the Monsters & Strangerz, and others. ~ Matt Collar

ORIGIN
Los Angeles, CA
GENRE
Pop
FORMED
July, 2012

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