‘New Era’ For Fifth Harmony To Start With ‘Work From Home,’ Dinah Jane Confirms
A brief behind-the-scene look on the upcoming music video of Fifth Harmony published in MTV showed that the new MV will be construction-themed and definitely will be hot and crazy.
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As described by MTV in its report, Fifth Harmony members Camila Cabello, Dinah Jane, Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei and Lauren Jauregui have become “boy crazy” in the upcoming “Work From Home” music video as they are surrounded by buff construction workers on the set.
Working with the girl band on the new music video are choreographer Sean Bankhead and Director X, who have also worked with Drake and Rihanna for the “Work” music video.
In an interview with ET Online, Dinah Jane said that their new single from their upcoming sophomore album, “7/27,” will usher a “new era” for Fifth Harmony.
“[It’s] a snippet of what’s to come for this new era for Fifth Harmony,” Dinah Jane said about the new single. She added that even the other upcoming singles will reflect their experiences-heartbreak, love, everything-that they have incorporated in “7/27.”
“Diverse,” “eclectic,” “vulnerable,” “mature” and “ethnic” are some of the words conveyed by the Fifth Harmony members describing their sophomore album.
“People will get a deeper insight into who we are,” Ally Brooke told Entertainment Weekly about “7/27.”
“We talk about topics from love to heartbreak to confusion about someone. The main thing for all of us was having a ballad, a slower song. Finally, they get to hear more of a vulnerable side to us! We didn’t really have that in ‘Reflection,’ and that’s something we all fought for,” Ally Brooke added.
Lauren Jauregui also shared that there was one song that she and Dinah fought for to make the cut.
“There’s a song on here that’s from our last album cycle,” Lauren Jauregui said. “It was thrown out and gone. Dinah and I kept bringing it up, and finally they gave in.”
“It’s, like, politics,” Lauren smilingly said.
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