By Hayden Wright
Good news for those who can’t get enough “Work From Home.” The remainder of Fifth Harmony’s sophomore album, 7/27, has been released.
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The record is the five-piece girl group’s followup to 2015’s Reflection, and refers to the date in 2012 when the ladies assembled Fifth Harmony on The X-Factor. While they reached third place on the show, Fifth Harmony have added sugar and spice to the pop charts with an increasingly provocative, adult image to match seductive lyrics and catchy melodies.
The evolution marks a new phase for group members Camila Cabello, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brook, Dinah-Jane Hansen and Normani Hamilton. Jauregui told Radio.com this year that the maturity is both personal and musical.
“We definitely do feel more like bosses in terms of the creative process this time around,” she said. “We were able to be much more involved in terms of the [song] picking process. And also the songwriters and producers that we worked with this time around were the same ones we worked with on Reflection, so they got to know us a lot more over the course of the year.”