When I first heard Fifth Harmony’s new single, it felt familiar. For me, “Down” sounded like a companion single to “Work From Home.” It’s basically a rehash of their smash hit. Not so, for Terror Jr.
The American pop trio implied on Twitter the quintet turned quartet might’ve plagiarized them. Without calling out 5H outright, they allege a certain pop star ripped off their single, “Come First.” Read tweets below.
ur . . favorite . . pop . . star . . just . . ripped . . us . . off . . because . . they . . are . . goldfish . . & . . we . . are . . not
— Terror Jr (@terrorjrmusic) June 2, 2017
Somehow . . . Without saying any names . . . We are beefing with the fanbase of a mega pop group . . . Please don't let this end . . . = )
— Terror Jr (@terrorjrmusic) June 6, 2017
While I do hear some similarities, a lot of songs on radio today sound the same. Don’t you think? Listen to both tracks in full below and weigh in if you think the girl group is guilty of borrowing from Terror Jr.
Fifth Harmony ft. Gucci Mane ‘Down’
Terror Jr ‘Come First’