Artist: Fifth Harmony Title Of Album: Reflection (Deluxe) Year Of Release: January 30, 2015 Label: Syco Music/Epic Genre: Pop, R&B Quality: MP3 | FLAC (tracks) Bitrate: 320 kbps | lossless Total Time: 48:40 Min Total Size: ~111 Mb|~355 Mb
01. Top Down 02. BO$$ 03. Sledgehammer 04. Worth It (feat. Kid Ink) 05. This Is How We Roll 06. Everlasting Love 07. Like Mariah (feat. Tyga) 08. Them Girls Be Like 09. Reflection 10. Sugar Mama 11. We Know
Deluxe: 12. Going Nowhere 13. Body Rock 14. Brave, Honest, Beautiful (feat. Meghan Trainor)
"I can feel a wave beginning behind this group," said The X Factor creator and judge Simon Cowell before Fifth Harmony performed their version of Kelly Clarkson's "Stronger" on the show in 2012. The music mogul knows talent and chemistry when he sees it. (This is, after all, the man who assembled One Direction.) Cowell decided that individual contestants Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke Hernandez, Normani Kordei, and Camila Cabello were too special to let go, so at the end of the show's Boot Camp week, the five young women became Fifth Harmony. With their show-stopping vocals, undeniable charisma, and genuine sisterly bond, the "fearsome fivesome" (as they became known) endeared themselves to viewers across the country. Fifth Harmony's debut album, "Reflection," Ally says shows growth and is a true representation of their sound. "It's leaning a bit more urban and rhythmic, but still with lots of harmonies," she says. "It feels more mature and grown up." As far as the subject matter, Camila says the album is thematically focused on girl power, independence and feminism. "We're still singing about boys, hanging out with your gal pals and heartbreak, but I think we're adding a sassier element. These are songs we would listen to if we were getting ready to go to a party and needed something to make us feel confident. Insecurity at this age with girls is common, so we really wanted to deliver a message of self-empowerment and self-confidence." "I want every girl who has ever felt unpretty or like she wasn't good enough to play the album and suddenly feel like Beyoncé," Dinah adds. "I want them to walk into a room and if at any moment they feel just a bit insecure, I want the lyrics to play in their head and for them to lift their chin a little higher, stand up a little taller, and talk a little louder. I want them to feel strong and fearless."