Fifth Harmony Hopes To Inspire On New Song “Change The Bad Boy”: Listen


A never-before-heard song from Fifth Harmony titled “Change The Bad Boy” surfaced.

Sometimes, it seems as if Fifth Harmony could self destruct at any given moment. Last month, the girls axed their last five U.S. tour dates, including three shows in Washington, one in San Diego and another in Vegas. They never clarified why, but in the weeks to come, Camila Cabello would run off stage mid-performance due to anxiety, and Lauren Jauregui burst into tears during her solo in “No Way.” They also recently cancelled the remaining shows on of their European leg without further details. Then there was two fans on two separate occasions nearly tackling Ally Brooke.

Perhaps that’s why when a song of theirs that was likely meant to remain on the cutting room floor hits the Internet, it’s not taken lightly.

The latest is titled “Change The Bad Boy” recorded for 2015’s Reflection. In it, the girls sing about their attempts to make a bad guy go good (impossible).

“Been looking at your history,” they sing over a clunky beat and handclap. “I wanna know if you’d treat me differently.”

They won’t. Stay single.

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