Album Review: Fifth Harmony`s Self-Titled Album

Album Review: Fifth Harmony`s Self-Titled Album

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Fifth Harmony’s new self-titled album has arrived, it serves as the third album from the ladies and the first one without their former bandmate Camila Cabello, who parted ways with the band to pursue a solo career. And honestly her departure only made the band strong and saw them coming into their own as they crafted one hell of a great album. Check out Vaughn`s review below and also stream the album and head to iTunes and your nearest music store and support these extremely talented ladies.
Down feat. Gucci Mane (produced by Ammo)
This song is a great start to the album very similar to “Work For Home” in the way the production is however it does have the replay factor and it’s very catchy and bass heavy definitely a great track and Gucci Mane killed his verse very nice tribute to his fiancé.
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He Like That (produced by Ammo)
This island flavored number is sexy as ever and their delivery was aggressive yet sensual I really enjoyed it overall the track is definitely a track to bump in the summer time.
Rating:1/2

Sauced Up (produced by Harmony Samuels)
This hip-hop influenced track is definitely a banger this gives a more urban influence Fifth Harmony a great direction for them and they almost rap on their respective verses which makes it even better
Rating:1/2

Make You Mad (produced by Dreamlab)
This pop bouncy track talks about making the person you use to be with regret losing you. Their respective deliveries played a lot on their lower registers especially Lauren while Dinah Normani & Ally added the spice to track overall a great track!!!
Rating: 1/2

Deliver (produced by Stereotypes)
This r&b flavored track was exactly what the doctor ordered. This the most r&b I’ve heard from them and honestly is pure magic and the direction they need to explore more. And the harmonies are pure magic and I have to say this is definitely one of my personal favorites this track is pure perfection!!!
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Lonely Nights (The Monsters and the Strangerz)
This urban bop is the instant standout and definitely needs to be single. The sassy bop lyrics talks about a dude who’s creeping and if he doesn’t get himself together he’s going to be a right on by himself and I must say Normani & Dinah wrote the hell out of this track. Overall, this track is definitely another one of my favorites and could be one of their biggest hits.
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Don’t Say You Love Me (produced by Ian Fitzpatrick)
This acoustic driven mid tempo talks about loving someone however there’s just something missing. The ladies are definitely showing off those pipes on this record definitely a winner overall a great track
Rating: 1/2

Angel (produced Skrillex & Poo Bear)
This dub driven uptempo is bananas from the production to the girls vocals I loved it instantly. This song just gives me so much aggression and sass the girls are playing absolutely no games. And the lyrics are bomb lets for instance “The original me wouldn’t f*ck wit ya, I was beginning to f*ck wit ya” enough said!!!
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Messy (produced by Dreamlab)
This bass mid tempo is definitely had potential to be huge commercial hit for the girls. This definitely the most polished I’ve heard the girls on a ballad the vocals are tight. And I love how the sampled Shaggy’s “It Wasn’t Me” very nostalgic touch which I thought was very cleaver overall another amazing track.
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Bridges (produced by Tommy Record)
This positive driven mid tempo is shows how the girls are now united. It speaks about building positive bonds between one another and I honestly can definitely hear the growth in the ladies this record was an amazing way to end this fantastic body of work.
Rating:1/2

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