It's been 5 years since the breakup but "Work from Home" is still an infectious and empowering anthem that celebrates the freedom and flexibility.

“Work from Home” by Fifth Harmony ft. Ty Dolla $ign serves as an anthem for the evolving work culture of the 21st century. It celebrates the freedom, independence, and flexibility that come with remote work. The song’s catchy melody and relatable lyrics make it a timeless reminder that work doesn’t have to be confined to a traditional office space. Whether you’re jamming to it on your headphones during a virtual meeting or enjoying it during a break, “Work from Home” captures the spirit of embracing productivity and finding harmony between work and personal life.

Fifth harmony announced their break up in May 2018. Individually, they have made a wide range of impacts around the world. Where are they now?

Ally Brooke (Twitter: AllyBrooke), born Allyson Brooke Hernandez on July 7, 1993, is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She rose to fame as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony. With her powerful vocals and charismatic stage presence, Ally contributed to the group’s success with hit songs like “Work from Home,” “Worth It,” and “All In My Head (Flex).” Following the group’s hiatus, she embarked on a solo career, releasing her debut single “Low Key” in 2019 and collaborating with artists like Tyga and Matoma.

Normani (Twitter: Normani), born Normani Kordei Hamilton on May 31, 1996, is an American singer, songwriter, and dancer. Like her fellow bandmates, she gained recognition as a member of Fifth Harmony. Known for her soulful voice and impressive dance skills, Normani showcased her talents in hits such as “Down,” “BO$$,” and “Sledgehammer.” After the group’s hiatus, she ventured into a solo career and released successful singles like “Love Lies” with Khalid and “Motivation,” establishing herself as a versatile artist.

Dinah Jane (Twitter: dinahjane), born Dinah Jane Milika Ilaisaane Hansen on June 22, 1997, is an American singer and songwriter. As a member of Fifth Harmony, Dinah Jane’s powerful vocals added depth to the group’s sound. She contributed to their chart-topping hits like “Work from Home,” “Worth It,” and “BO$$.” Following the group’s break, Dinah Jane pursued a solo career and released singles such as “Bottled Up” and “SZNS,” showcasing her artistry and versatility.

Lauren Jauregui (Twitter: LaurenJauregui), born Lauren Michelle Jauregui Morgado on June 27, 1996, is an American singer, songwriter, and activist. As part of Fifth Harmony, Lauren’s distinct voice and edgy style made her a standout member. Her contributions to hits like “Work from Home,” “Sledgehammer,” and “Down” showcased her soulful and versatile sound. Lauren has continued to explore her artistry as a solo artist, releasing singles like “Expectations” and “Lento,” while also using her platform to advocate for various social and political causes.

Camila Cabello (Twitter: Camila_Cabello), born Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao on March 3, 1997, is a Cuban-American singer, songwriter, and actress. Camila gained prominence as a member of Fifth Harmony, contributing her soulful voice and captivating presence to songs like “Work from Home,” “Worth It,” and “BO$$.” After leaving the group in 2016, she launched a successful solo career, releasing hits such as “Havana,” “Señorita” with Shawn Mendes, and “Never Be the Same.” Camila’s versatile style and captivating performances have made her a global pop sensation.

Fun Fact

The group was formed on the reality TV show “The X Factor” in 2012. Initially, the members auditioned as solo artists but were brought together by the show’s judges to form a girl group. While they didn’t win the competition, they gained a massive following and went on to achieve tremendous success as a group.

About the Artist

Fifth Harmony was an American girl group formed in Miami, Florida in 2012. The group was formed on after a signed a joint record deal with Simon Cowell’s label Syco Records and L.A. Reid’s label Epic Records. Fifth Harmony has released four studio albums: Reflection (2015), 7/27 (2016), Fifth Harmony (2017), and DNA (2018).

The group has also released several hit singles, including “Worth It”, “Work from Home”, “All in My Head (Flex)”, and “Down”. Fifth Harmony has won numerous awards, including a People’s Choice Award, a Teen Choice Award, and a MTV Video Music Award. The group has also been nominated for a Grammy Award.

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