You have heard Fifth Harmony group from YouTube right? We all have. They are responsible for some of the most amazing covers I have seen on YouTube. We even ranked them at number one for their cover version of “Mirrors” by Justin Timberlake. Fifth Harmony’s trade mark in music is their vocals. The five members put together form some of the finest vocals in music I have come across. Now they have ventured into an unlikely territory. And it’s good and hot!
Fifth Harmony New Song “Worth It” from Upcoming Album “Reflection”
This YouTube-born superstars are ready to take on the music world. They are preparing to release their first studio album in just about two weeks. Fifth Harmony’s debut studio album “Reflection” will release on February 3, 2015. “Worth It” which was released yesterday (January 20) is a track from the upcoming album. It is not clear if “Worth It” is a single from the new album. There have been two official single released from “Reflection” a while back. They are, ‘BO$$’ and ‘Sledgehammer’. “Worth It” feels like a promo track for me.
“Worth It” by Fifth Harmony Features Talents of Kid Ink
To be honest, the beginning of the track reminded me the beginning music of “Talk Dirty” by Jason Derulo. However this track features Kid Ink, who too is releasing a new album “Full Speed” out on the same release date as “Reflection”. “Worth It” is hot! This is Fifth Harmony like you have never heard before. It will take some getting used to. But they are off to an impressive start. I like this track.
Listen to “Worth It” by Fifth Harmony Featuring Kid Ink
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Fifth Harmony seems to be evolving. Their YouTube cover-making days may be over with this official release of their studio album. There are some interesting featured artists on the new album “Reflections” and we will bring more details on it in a later article.
Let us know how you like the new song by Fifth Harmony. Do you think they will conquer the music world?