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11:10  13 august  2017
11:10  13 august  2017 Source:   BANG Showbiz

Fifth Harmony's raw record

  Fifth Harmony's raw record Fifth Harmony's new album is their most "raw" yet because it contains their most personal lyrics.The American girl group - which features Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui - are poised to release their first LP since the departure of Camila Cabello in December 2016, and have promised the lyrics are all based on their own experiences and they truly "believe" in the songs.

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Fifth Harmony's new album is their most "raw" yet.

The American girl group - which features Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui - are poised to release their first LP since the departure of Camila Cabello in December 2016, and have promised the lyrics are all based on their own experiences and they truly "believe" in the songs.

Normani told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: "We wanted to be raw and draw from our experiences.

"Every time we stepped into the booth it was something that we believed in, not something we were forced to sing. This is all us."

Two of the songs are based on their relationships but Lauren insists they haven't drawn reference from her rumoured romance with Ty Dolla $ign.

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The discography of American girl group Fifth Harmony consists of two studio albums, six extended plays, seven singles and ten music videos. After finishing third on the second season of the American televised singing competition The X Factor the group was signed to Epic Records though Syco Music.

She said: "No ma'am. Those were songs we all related to at some point, not necessarily now.

"We want people to listen to it and feel the love."

And one track, 'Bridges', takes a swipe at US president Donald Trump and his controversial plans to build a border wall with Mexico as the quartet sing: "We build bridges, not walls."

The song means a lot to the group.

Normani said: "Bridges is our most personal song, because it's a commentary on what's going on in the world right now."

Ally recently explained why the new record feels more personal to them than their two previous albums, 'Reflection' and '7/27'.

She said: "It's cool because for this record we were able to be in pairs for the most part to write the songs.

"For example, Normani and I would go in to [the studio] and that's how we created 'Messy' ... so you kind of have that extra personal attachment when it's coming from you."

Fifth Harmony stars fed up with Camila Cabello split coverage .
Fifth Harmony singer Lauren Jauregui has slammed journalists for obsessing over Camila Cabello's exit from the group. The Crying in the Club hitmaker left the girl band to go solo in December (16), and speculation surrounding the sudden split has been grabbing headlines ever since. Now, nine months on, Lauren is sick of reading about her former bandmate's departure. “How are you gonna be like, ‘It’s news?’ That’s the whole response, that it’s news,” she fumes to USA Today, before pointing out society has bigger issues to focus on following America's deadly racist rally in Virginia earlier this month (Aug17). "How are you gonna say it’s news when you have neo-Nazi rallies happening in your neighbourhood? Let’s, like, really progress and figure out what’s wrong with this society so we can actually move forward." Lauren and the remaining Fifth Harmony members, Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke, and Dinah Jane, are focused on spreading positivity with their music - Bridges, a new song on their forthcoming self-titled album, contains lyrics the girls hope will help unite fans who are struggling with racism or other divisive forms of prejudice. “I feel like the best lyric (from the album) would be ‘build bridges, not walls,’ honestly,” Normani notes. African-American Kordei went on to explain she has a "pinch me moment" every time she sees "a little Caucasian girl with a Normani T-shirt on". “It’s the fact that we’ve broken barriers where people don’t look like me, or don’t have the same hair texture as me, can identify with me so deeply," she adds. Fifth Harmony's third studio album will be released on Friday (25Aug17).

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