It’s been kind of six months since Fifth Harmony become a quartet, however the crew says there aren’t any plans to modify their identify.
Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei and Dinah Jane spoke lately in regards to the choice to stay their identify the similar regardless of Camila Cabello’s surprising departure in December.
“It was obviously a thought because it was a prevalent thing that there’s four of us and not five,” Jauregui advised MTV’s Meredith Graves right through a video interview posted Wednesday on Facebook. “Regardless, we were all very united in the fact that we didn’t want to change the name.”
“We felt like within ourselves, no, Fifth Harmony is the name that we grew with and we worked for and it’s our brand,” she persisted. “It’s who we are. It’s our whole entire moment. It’s what we spent five years on.”
The remainder of the crowd echoed Jauregui, with Jane including that lovers (sometimes called Harmonizers) at the moment are the 5th member of the crowd.
Cabello’s absence has accomplished little to forestall Fifth Harmony’s momentum. The crew launched their first unmarried “Down” as a foursome on June 2.
Cabello additionally lately launched her debut solo unmarried “Crying In The Club,” and has proven no indicators of feel sorry about with regards to her choice to go away Fifth Harmony.
“I wish the best for them and I’m sure they’re going to kill it and I’m super happy making my own music,” Cabello mentioned right through an interview with AMP Radio on June eight.
When requested if she had heard the crowd’s new track, the artist mentioned she’d heard “snippets” and idea it was once “pretty cool.”