Fifth Harmony

7/27 [Deluxe Version] [Bonus Tracks]

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Track Listing

    Track Title

    Time

  1. That’s My Girl
  2. Work From Home feat. Ty Dolla $ign
  3. The Life
  4. Write On Me
  5. I Lied
  6. All In My Head (Flex) feat. Fetty Wap
  7. Squeeze
  8. Gonna Get Better
  9. Scared Of Happy
  10. Not That Kinda Girl feat. Missy Elliott
  11. Dope
  12. No Way

Review

One of the most anticipated releases of 2016, Fifth Harmony's sophomore full-length album, 7/27, is a sophisticated production that finds the all-female outfit nicely transitioning from the brash ingenues who finished third on the second season of The X Factor into reliably mature pop divas. The album follows up their breakthrough debut, 2015's Reflection, and once again showcases the talents of vocalists Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello, and Dinah Jane. Named after the date that Fifth Harmony was officially formed during their time on Fox's The X Factor, 7/27 features production from a handful of top-level hitmakers, including Dallas K, Stargate, Kygo, and others. In some ways, 7/27 sounds a lot like Reflection with a slick, contemporary RB studio sound. Cuts like "I Lied," "Squeeze," and the acoustic guitar-driven "Write on Me," have a pleasant, midtempo, adult-contemporary vibe. Thankfully, it's not all burnished edges, and tracks like the playful "Work from Home," featuring Ty Dolla ign, and the spiky, Day-Glo "Not That Kinda Girl," featuring the dynamic Missy Elliott, build upon Fifth Harmony's knack for mixing juicy RB hooks with just enough hip-hop muscle to keep things from getting too polite. Ultimately, with 7/27, Fifth Harmony prove they can balance youthful swagger with grown-up sophistication. [A Deluxe Version added the bonus track "Dope."] ~ Matt Collar, Rovi