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Fifth Harmony Has 6th Member? Joins 'Work From Home'

Fifth Harmony Has 6th Member? Joins ‘Work From Home’

Fifth Harmony Has 6th Member? Joins ‘Work From Home’Instagram/Fifth Harmony

Harmonizers might be thrilled to know that a promising artist covered Fifth Harmony’s latest single, “Work From Home.” Singer Bebe Rexha dropped by SiriusXM on March 22 to promote her new song.

The musician introduced her latest hit “No Broken Hearts,” reports Idolator. The singer also went on to perform her own rendition of 5H latest hit.

“I decided to cover ‘Work From Home’ by Fifth Harmony,” the singer and songwriter said as she introduced her performance. “I love this song, it’s sexy and it’s cool. It’s sexy cool,” as she commended the song.

The website also added that this year has already been massive to Rexha. She’s been busy making up her own to the music industry by working with different artists like Iggy Azalea, Nicki Minaj and G-Eazy. Watch her clip below:

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As for Fifth Harmony,the all-girl quintet has been experiencing success even before their sophomore album “7/27” is yet to be released. Aside from describing it as “eclectic and ethnic“, member Dinah Jane explained how will it the songs sound like.

“[It’s] a snippet of what’s to come for this new era for Fifth Harmony,” the singer said during their interview with ET. “We kind of took the time to ourselves throughout that past year and we incorporated our experiences and what we’ve gone through – heartbreak, love, everything…” she added.

Jane, along with Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello and Ally Brooke has been invading the pop industry once again after “Reflection” became available last year. Amid breakup rumors, the girls appear to be going along pretty well especially now that they are on the verge of their career as Fifth Harmony.

However, Kordei hinted in Cliche mag that they all have plans for themselves in the future.

“In the beginning, we all had intentions of pursuing solo careers. I’m still an individual, as well as the others, meaning we have slightly different visions and aspirations,” Kordei said. “We have a ton of work [to do] and much more to accomplish as Fifth Harmony before that happens,” she added.