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Fifth Harmony – Work From Home (ft. Ty Dolla $ign) [Video Premiere]

Fifth Harmony - Work From Home

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The girls of Fifth Harmony are back with their brand new single ‘Work From Home’ featuring Ty Dolla $ign, the first taste of their upcoming sophomore album ‘7/27’.

Rihanna’s ‘Work’ has been drilled into many a skull since its arrival but its hard not to appreciate the sheer catchiness of Fifth Harmony’s new single even with its similar repeated chorus. The bouncy pop production on ‘Work From Home’, courtesy of Ammo, is nothing new but the tropical-tinged beat is crafted so pristinely that, paired with the ladies’ tight-knit vocals, creates a glossy, irresistible concoction. Ty Dolla $ign also brings a suitable dose of his West Coast swag on the track.

The accompanying music video, directed by Director X, features the members of Fifth Harmony singing in a construction site while surrounded by shirtless men and wearing outfits inspired by construction equipment. Ally, Normani, Dinah, Camila and Lauren showcase their improved choreography and exude confidence putting things into motion for their upcoming sophomore album. Watch the girls get to work below:


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“7/27” out May 20th. Pre-order now…. Get #WorkFromHome when it’s released tomorrow. fifthharmony.co/727

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‘Work From Home’ serves as the first single to released from Fifth Harmony’s upcoming second studio album set to be released 20th May. In 2015, group member Dinah Jane Hansen revealed to SPIN that Nicki Minaj, J. Cole, and Big Sean could be collaborators of the album. In addition, the girls also had Tinashe on board to co-write several tracks in the album.

‘7/27’ was the date that the group formed in X Factor adding a personal touch, “We’ve definitely matured and grown in the last year, compared to our Reflection album. It’s more edgy and I feel we had more of a voice,” Hansen previously told Billboard, “We were included in the project — that’s what we always wanted and we’ve finally been given the opportunity.”

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