Fifth Harmony have confused us all as they appear to have added a track to their album… which has already been released back in May.
As an exclusive for the (few) fans who use Napster, loading up the album ‘7/27’ will greet you with an exclusive brand new track ‘Voicemail’.
The track, which is clearly heavily influenced by a 90s sound, tells the story of the girls who aren’t taking any of it from men who are trying to get hold of them. Keep flying that flag for girl power gals!
Speaking about the album the girls revealed it’s “more pop, R&B with a bit of soul with reggae, including exciting island vibes. This time, we are more involved and we don’t want just hits, we want to create a body of work”
Continuing discussing the album, Normani revealed “It’s always pretty tricky, because we do consider ourselves to be models for the younger generation. That’s how we came into this as well, because I know that all of us look up to our idols, and we know that there are little girls and parents out there that look to us to guide them, in some type of way”
“We’re also people and growing women that are trying to find ourselves. We started this when we were 15, 16 and 19 years old. Now we’re 20, 18 and about to be 23. I think that there’s been a lot of growth throughout those years, and I think that it’s normal for us to try to find ourselves.”
If you want to stream ‘Voicemail’, then it is currently only an exclusive to streaming service Napster.
The girls are set to embark on their worldwide ‘7/27’ tour at the end of the month.