Fifth Harmony released their sophomore album, 7/27, on Friday. For the album, the group recruited an incredible lineup of guests, including Ty Dolla $ign, Fetty Wap, and Missy Elliott.
The Fifth Harmony fivesome has dubbed this album their rebirth since 7/27 (July 27) is actually the date of the day they became a group back in 2012 after competing on The X Factor. The album is definitely a new start for the group whose lead single, "Work From Home," reached the No. 5 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. The track also became the group's first No. 1 on Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart and is the first track by a girl group to top the list in nearly 10 years. We weren't kidding when we said "Work From Home" was a song you were going to hear everywhere back in March.
In addition to shaking up the charts, Fifth Harmony has also dominated concert stages lately, performing at both WrestleMania 32 and the Billboard Music Awards.
"We finally have a damn voice," member Dinah Jane previously told Billboard about the album. "We feel like actual artists. We were little babies in the beginning. Now we're becoming big girls."
Fetty's contribution to the album is no joke as he delivers all kinds of sublime chilled-out vibes on "All in My Head (Flex)." Kygo also earns his first production and songwriting credit for another artist by working behind the scenes on the trop-house inspired "Write on Me." Stream 7/27 below and catch Fifth Harmony on tour across the U.S. and South America this summer.