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Artist IconFifth Harmony
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"Fifth Harmony" is the self-titled third studio album by American girl group Fifth Harmony, released on August 25, 2017, through Syco Music and Epic Records. It is the group's first album following the departure of Camila Cabello from the group.
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Now a foursome, they have learned what works: a healthy dose of danger mixed with ego-boosting empowerment anthems. They keep spirits and energy high with muted trop house and hip-hop beats on their third album. Sexy lead single "Down," featuring Gucci Mane, sets the tone while the Skrillex and Poo Bear-produced "Angel" goes hard with heavy bass and trap-leaning hi-hats as the singers ask for complexity: "When you look at me, what do you see?/I'm more brilliant than you'll ever be." Elsewhere, they instigate a party on the raucous "Sauced Up" and assert themselves in romantic relationships with infectious jams like "Make You Mad" and "Don't Say You Love Me." It's the group's most cohesive album yet and a satisfying introduction to what Fifth Harmony can be capable of in their new era.
Reviewed by Brittany Spanos for rollingstone.com.


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