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Life’s a beach for Fifth Harmony and I’m kinda jealous. The girl group’s latest visual is exactly what you would expect and hope for. Plenty of sexy choreography, frolicking in the sand and jam-packed with chiseled male models. They certainly know their target demo 😉

All In My Head (Flex),” featuring “Trap Queen” rapper Fetty Wap is the follow-up single to their smash hit “Work From Home.” Director X, who helmed their sexy construction-themed clip, was once again called to film the visual.

Check out their summery new video below. The girls definitely know how to transition from fun in the sun to some nighttime action.

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Since it was the CMT Awards, naturally Fifth Harmony had to tone it back. Having them show up with short denim cutoffs, booty-dropping all over the place would’ve been a tad inappropriate. As it was, most of the audience looked less than riveted with their performance. I’m pretty sure half had never heard of the girl group or “Work From Home.”

With all that being said, 5H delivered a restrained performance that was fantastic and tasteful. The focus was on their vocals and not all their hairography and sensual dance moves. Even my least favorite, Ally Brooke impressed. And that’s huge coming from me.

Before the ladies performed their smash hit, they harmonized with country music singer Cam on her hit “Mayday.” Watch the performance below.

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We’re just days away from Fifth Harmony releasing their highly-anticipated sophomore album. From the looks of it, the quintet have a potential smash on their hands. “Work From Home” is still wreaking havoc and everything I’ve heard so far has been fantastic.

After hitting the stage at the Billboard Music Awards, 5H performed “All in My Head (Flex)” at Xfinity cable after show. The Fetty Wap-assisted track will serve as the official single from their LP, 7/27.

The reggae-tinged offering is solid but I was hoping a track not featuring a rapper would’ve been selected. It’s the third straight single with a featured rapper. I kinda get the feeling the label isn’t super optimistic the girls can stand on their own two feet. Check out their latest below.

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‘Young And Beautiful’ From Fifth Harmony Leaks

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Very appropriate song title since the young ladies are quite beautiful, but first…

Congrats to Fifth Harmony for scoring their first Billboard Hot 100 Top 5 hit with “Work From Home.” It’s the highest-charting single from a girl group on the chart since The Pussycat Dolls‘ “Buttons” peaked at No. 3. Given their massive potential, I predict 5H will score their first chart-topper in the near future.

With that being said, “Young and Beautiful” probably won’t be the one to do so. The track is alright, but it’s not even included on the official tracklist for their sophomore album 7/27. I have a sneaky feeling the leaked track is a rejected one from their Reflection era if not even earlier since its so vastly different from their recent sound. Give it a listen below and weigh in afterward.

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Fifth Harmony Slow Things Down On ‘Write On Me’

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It appears Fifth Harmony is exhausted after working so hard from home. I don’t blame them. Those construction workers in their video were hot!!! I wouldn’t mind being tired from that 😉

The girl group slow things down on their latest taste off 7/27 out on May 27. “Write On Me” is an anthemic ballad with a light tropical house beat. It’s quite fantastic. Each lady gets to shine and display their soaring vocals.

“Write On Me is lyrically my favorite song on the album. To me the song is an extended metaphor where you’re asking somebody to “write” on you, envelop you with their words, make their mark on you like you’re a blank canvas,” Camilla wrote on Instagram.

For the accompanying visual, the ladies take an equally simple and literal approach. Some A-HA “Take On Me” sketchpad-like effects take place. Check out the black-and-white clip below.

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Rihanna isn’t letting go of her strong grip at No. 1 just yet. Her Drake collaboration, “Work,” spends a seventh straight week on top of the Billboard Hot 100. “Work” now joins “Umbrella” and “Love The Way You Lie” as her second longest chart-topper of her career. The longest is her Calvin Klein-produced monster hit, “We Found Love.”

Including this week, RiRi has now spent 58 weeks at No. 1 which is just one week shy from The Beatles who currently sit second with 59 weeks. Mariah Carey leads the pack with 79 weeks at the summit.

Meanwhile, Fifth Harmony achieves a career milestone with their latest single “Work From Home.” It becomes their very first Top 10 hit. The last girl group to crack the Top 10 was The Pussycat Dolls who did so with “When I Grow Up” back in 2008. Check out this week’s Top 10 below.

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Well, that didn’t take long. Just days after dropping their new single, “Work From Home,” the girl group has already started the promotional campaign. Fifth Harmony performed their new banger on Live… With Kelly & Michael’s post-Oscar special. How did they manage to get this plum spot?

The girls, dressed in complimentary black-and-white ensembles, hair-flipped their little hearts for the audience. They pretty much executed the same choreography in their sizzling new clip. Check out their performance below.

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Worth it” is their biggest hit to date, so naturally Fifth Harmony followed the same formula to kick off their new era. They recorded a slinky urban track featuring a rap artist. This time around, they swapped out Kid Ink for Ty Dolla $ign for “Work From Home,” the first taste off the girl group’s sophomore effort, 7/27, in stores May 20.

For the accompanying video, the ladies enlisted Director X to helm the visual. They head to a construction site where extremely hot dudes work their ‘tools’ around them. Clearly, they know their target demo, boy-infatuated girls and horny gay guys. These handy men could easily form a troop that could rival the Chippendales.

Overall, “Work From Home” is a solid track that should garner radio airplay and do solidly on the charts. The biggest disappointment is that, Lauren Jauregui, who is arguably one of their best vocalists, doesn’t get her own solo. Who did she piss off? Check out 5H’s new track and video below.

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