World Premiere: Fifth Harmony - "Work From Home" [Full Audio + Review]
This Friday morning, February 26th, the new single from pop girl group Fifth Harmony world premiered. Titled “Work From Home”, the song will appear on 5H’s upcoming second studio album “7/27”, which is set for arrival in stores on May 20th via L.A Reid’s Epic Records label. The new single got its first radio play today on Z100’s “The Elvis Duran Show”, and immediately after, it made its way onto all the digital and streaming platforms - iTunes included, of course.
“Work From Home” features a synth production, a lot of amazing harmonies, and an urban feel - which is reminiscing to Fifth Harmony’s biggest hit to date, “Worth It”. Another thing that is reminiscing to “Worth It” is the formula they’ve used for this new single - that is, getting a rapper on the track. For “Worth It”, the girls got Kid Ink and for “Work From Home”, they’ve gotten Ty Dolla $ign (it’s a step-up, right?)
Fifth Harmony’s brand new single is both catchy and energetic, and although there’s another “work” song playing on radio right now (Rihanna’s new single "Work"), after hearing this song just once, I strongly believe there will be room for another “work” song - Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home”. The song is just too good to be thrown to the side by radios.