Since the release of their debut, Reflection, last year, the girl group's rise has been meteoric: 2016 has been marked with plenty of high-profile performances from 5H, not to mention successful teases of the new record. As a matter of fact, they've been sharing tracks from 7/27 as far back as February.
Earlier this month, Normani Kordei of Fifth Harmony opened up to Fuse about the group's unlikely career path and working with Ty Dolla $ign on the wildly successful “Work From Home.” She noted that notions of success can often be tricky in the music business.
“You’re never guaranteed success, especially in the music industry. It’s pretty unpredictable—just like anything in life. And sometimes, you need to take a different approach, as a creative artist.”
And that "different approach" seems to be paying dividends for the ladies of 5H as they embark on a sprawling North American tour this summer.