Two more members of the all-girl band Fifth Harmony have been working in a recording studio without the rest of the group's members following the successful launch of 7/27, according to several new media reports.
Fifth Harmony band member Dinah-Jane Hansen is the latest member of the all-female band to give a solo recording a try, choosing to work with Oakland-based rapper and record producer Stunna June on a new song, MTV News reported this week.The duo teased some of their work in videos Stunna June posted to his Instagram account. The Fifth Harmony singer and her producing partner teased the fresh new sound, showing off the vocal talents Dinah-Jane has in two different clips.
In the first clip, the Fifth Harmony singer shows her silky smooth vocals as Dinah-Jane effortlessly showed her range. The lyrics in the clip are "but you always make up to break up/ I give my all to you, I give my all to you."While a second clip also features the same lyrics, the caption of this Instagram post is especially intriguing for Fifth Harmony fans. Stunna June wrote that he was appreciative for Dinah-Jane "slidin' thru n workin wit me.. we go crazy!" The rapper followed up that with a tease of what song could be called, noting "#All2U" and "#MakeUp2BreakUp" as potential titles for the tune.While Stunna June and Dinah-Jane seemed to be all business in the recording studio, that wasn't necessarily the case. The rapper posted another video showing the Fifth Harmony artist dancing to another song, show the pair's lighter side after recording the song.In addition to Dinah-Jane, Fifth Harmony band member Ally Brooke Hernandez has also been spotted recording with other musicians recently. According to a new report by Unreality TV, Ally Brooke sat down with Mozella -- the creative force behind Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball" and One Direction's "Perfect" -- recently to work on new music.
Those rumored meetings were confirmed by Mozella as the artist posted a picture on Twitter of Ally Brooke Hernandez without her Fifth Harmony band members, noting that the pair was busy "making toonz." Neither artist has hinted as to what songs were being potentially written or recorded.Ally Brooke has also been spotted with other musicians in recent months, posting those musical endeavors for her 1.7 million Instagram followers to see. Members of the band Echosmith are some of the latest musicians to join Ally Brooke, and the Fifth Harmony band member posted to her Instagram account an amazing snippet of "Melt With You" she and Echosmith's Sydney Sierota captured on film. Dinah-Jane Hansen and Ally Brooke Hernandez are the latest members of Fifth Harmony to test a solo recording, following in the footsteps of Camila Cabello and Normani Kordei. The all-female group will be in demand over the next year after the artists' successfully launched their 7/27 album over the past week, reaching as high as No. 4 on the Billboard charts, Pop Crush reported. In its debut week, 7/27 sold 74,000 units to mark their highest debut for Fifth Harmony.
The latest single from Fifth Harmony -- "Work From Home" -- is also currently sitting at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, showing that the band is one of the hottest acts in the music industry right now. The band is planning to build upon their momentum with a tour -- which aptly will start on July 27 -- that spans North America through September.What do you think about Fifth Harmony band members Dinah-Jane Hansen and Ally Brooke Hernandez hitting the recording studio without their other female accomplices? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.
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