enters the Billboard chart this week at #5

Spotify online listen
4.0 of 5.0 from allmusic

debut album
from everybodys favorite talent scout Simon Cowell
each track was equally as annoying as the previous

artist website - http://fifthharmonyofficial.com/splash

Bio - from allmusic

Fifth Harmony are an all-female contemporary R&B vocal group who formed in 2012 while competing on the second season of Fox's The X Factor. Featured in Fifth
Harmony are vocalists Camila Cabello, Normani Kordei Hamilton, Lauren Jauregui, Allyson Brooke Hernandez, and Dinah Jane Hansen. Originally, the members of the
band entered The X Factor competition individually as solo artists and were then placed together by judge Simon Cowell to compete in the "groups" category.
Ultimately, Fifth Harmony finished in third place behind Carly Rose Sonenclar and first-place winner Tate Stevens. After The X Factor, Fifth Harmony signed to Epic
Records in the U.S. and Cowell's Syco Records in Britain. The group's debut EPs, Better Together and the Spanish-language Juntos, appeared in 2013. In 2015 Fifth
Harmony released their debut full-length studio album, Reflection, which included the singles "Bo$$," "Sledgehammer," and "Worth It."

Album Review - from allmusic

The debut album from The X-Factor's second season third-place finishers Fifth Harmony, 2015's Reflection is a slick production superbly showcasing the group's multi-
voiced approach to contemporary R&B. Working with a bevy of top-notch producers and songwriters including Julian Bunetta, Stargate, Dr. Luke, Ricky Reed, and
others, Fifth Harmony members Ally Brooke Hernandez, Camila Cabello, Normani Hamilton, Dinah-Jane Hansen, and Lauren Jauregui have crafted an album that is
very much a savvy pop product of the moment. Reflection hits upon all the au currant musical touchstones, from electronic-infused dance music to synthy, rhythmically
bumptious hip-hop, to retro-'90s R&B, all without ever going too far in any one direction. If there is any one major antecedent to Reflection, it is clearly Beyonce's 2013
feminism-steeped eponymous opus. Along with various production similarities, from the militaristic drum corps rhythmic bed of "Bo$$" to the general focus on resonant
vocals, there is also an overall vibe of positive girl power permeating Reflection. Fifth Harmony even directly reference one of Beyonce's most quotable lyrics, singing
"Do you ever post your pics with no filter, 'Hashtag,' I woke up like this, too" on "Them Girls Be Like." Although essentially a radio-ready pop aperitif and nowhere near
the cultural touchstone of Beyonce's album, Reflection nonetheless works as a Revlon ad-level post-feminist girls' night out with plenty of vintage '90s R&B swagger, all
of which works to remind you that these women have all the right influences, from Beyonce to Mariah Carey, on the aptly titled "Like Mariah," even going so far as to call
out the First Lady on the aforementioned anthemic "Bo$$." While lyrics like "Boss...Michelle Obama, purse so heavy gettin' Oprah Dollars" don't rise to the level of
social commentary, they do seem to be offered with a glint of tongue-in-cheek humor, making Reflection an undeniably fun listen from beginning to end.

3 singles have been previously posted
so I'll give you the title track:

Track Listing

1. Top Down
2. Bo$$
3. Sledgehammer
4. Worth It ft: Kid Ink
5. This Is How We Roll
6. Everlasting Love
7. Like Mariah ft. Tyga
8. Them Girls Be Like
9. Reflection
10. Suga Mama
11. We Know