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Fifth Harmony's Best Solo Collaborations, Ranked

Along with being a pop force as a group, the ladies have also made waves on their own as solo singers

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Ally Brooke's “Perfect” with Topic

Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke got the chance to delve into more serious topics about self-acceptance and learning to find one's confidence through insecurities with "Perfect," her collaboration with German producer Topic. The pop song has a splash of electronic influence, which is right on trend with what's on the radio. But is that a good or bad thing? 

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Lauren Jauregui's “All Night” with Steve Aoki

Lauren showed off her ability to hop from traditional pop to straight up EDM with this collaboration with Steve Aoki. While her vocals sound lush on "All Night," the overall song and its production isn't memorable. But we can definitely see it getting multiple spins in the club.

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Dinah Jane's Christmas Medley with Leona Lewis

Dinah Jane and Leona Lewis are two fierce women with equally commanding vocals, so pairing them together on a track already seemed to be in the stars. Dinah, who calls Leona one of her heroes, had her dream come true when they recorded a beautiful Christmas medley.

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Lauren Jauregui's “Back to Me” with Marian Hill

Lauren Jauregui ended 2016 with "Back to Me," a banging collaboration with electronic duo Marian Hill that was completely different from anything she's ever done with Fifth Harmony. It is a quirky blend of hip-hop, synth-pop and R&B that shows off Lauren's enviably cool demeanor. And that look is catchy as hell!

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Normani's “Fake Love” and “Sneakin’” Mashup

Normani is a huge fan of Drake, and decided to record a mashup of his two biggest songs of 2016: "Fake Love" and "Sneakin'". We got to hear the Fifth Harmony dig deeper into soulful, sultry and very sexy tones that showed she can do way more than typical pop songs.

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Ally Brooke's “Look At Us Now” with Lost Kings and A$AP Ferg

Ally Brooke got to utilize her saucy vocals for this catchy track with Los Angeles producers Lost Kings, which also features A$AP Ferg. "Look At Us Now" has summer bliss written all over it, from Ally gushing about true love to the bright '80s-inspired synths.

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Normani's “Love Lies” with Khalid

Khalid is damn good at penning a romantic tune, and he called upon his friend Normani to join him on "Love Lies." The song, which will be featured on the soundtrack for coming of age film Love, Simon, shows the musical chemistry between the two artists who both have an admiration for modern R&B. Normani flexes her husky, "come hither" vocals while Khalid saunters close behind with his charm.

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Normani's “Cranes in the Sky” and “Don’t Touch My Hair” Mashup

Normani put her own spin on two highlights from Solange's A Seat at the Table: "Don't Touch My Hair" and "Cranes in the Sky." It's a hard feat to stop Solange's artistry, but instead of trying to mimic the singer, Normani adds a unique flair to the mashup. Her rendition is minimal, lush electro-R&B that is oh so addicting.

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Lauren Jauregui's “In Your Phone” with Ty Dolla $ign

Ty Dolla $ign and Lauren Jauregui are an adorable couple in real life, and that electric energy translated into their first collaboration together. "In Your Phone," a highlight from Ty's Beach House 3 album, has a bouncy '90s R&B vibe to it and is perfect for singing along to at house parties. Hopefully we'll get to hear more sassy cuts from the artists in the future.

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Dinah Jane's “Boom Boom” with RedOne, Daddy Yankee and French Montana

RedOne called upon Daddy Yankee, French Montana and Dinah Jane for last October's "Boom Boom" and the end result was explosive! The track, which samples "Lady (Hear Me Tonight)" by Modjo, is an energetic party anthem that can transcend various cultures as it fuses reggaeton, rap, EDM and pop. How can you lose?

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Lauren Jauregui's “Strangers” with Halsey

Everything about Halsey's "Strangers" song is perfect: the '80s-leaning dreamy production, the bold usage of same-sex pronouns that is lacking in pop music, and of course the addition of Lauren Jauregui. The two friends' (who also happen to be bisexual and advocate for LGBTQ equality) brooding vocals mesh beautifully as they harmonize about a former flame.

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Apr 2: Basket-Bros

Currently on his 'The Man of the Woods' tourJustin Timberlake brought out a special guest for his Cleveland show. LeBron James surprised concertgoers by showing up alongside Timberlake and taking a shot on stage. On Friday, the singer was also seen cheering on LeBron during the Pelicans and Cavaliers game. James gave a shout out on Instagram, "My brother @justintimberlake showed up and showed out last night at the Q! One of the greatest to ever do it in my lifetime and still going strong."