The ladies of Fifth Harmony each have solo projects in the works right now, but they're also recording a new studio album – their first since Camila Cabello left the group. The record could feature collaborations from The Chainsmokers and Skrillex. Not much else is known, but Dinah Jane is sharing a few morsels of info for Harmonizers.
"We’ve been in the studio for almost a month and a half. It’s been amazing to be part of the process," she tells YoungPost. "We’ve been asking our label for a while now to be more involved in the process of making music, and they’ve allowed us. Just having our voices heard and having some creative direction between us – we’re all so different musically and genre-wise – made sense to create that Fifth Harmony sound. We’ve been exploring with different sounds and tones, and I think this is the most harmonious album we’ve had.
As for what inspired the creation process, Jane says that "comes from one another and being on the same page."
"I know it sounds clichéd, but harmoniously, it’s amazing how we can all collectively share ideas – whether that’s sharing your past or what you’re currently going through. We get each other and have been there for each other during the past four or five years sharing experiences with one another and knowing that we’re now going through it alone."
Dinah describing Fifth Harmony's new album as "harmonious" is the equivalent of this: