Fifth Harmony primarily operates in the pop lane. Their new single "Work From Home" swerves into the realm of Ratchet&B, with a little help help of Ty Dolla $ign.
Director X, the man behind the "Work" and "Hotline Bling" music videos, directed "Work From Home." It's set on a construction site, but like the porn version. Lot's of gripping sledgehammers and other stiff wooden objects going on here. "Work From Home" is the most tolerable Fifth Harmony song yet and will likely receive heavy radio rotation in the coming months.
The single will appear on Fifth Harmony's upcoming album 7/27, slated to drop on May 20th. Why isn't it dropping on July 27th? Great question. At any rate, pre-order the album on iTunes.
Put in work like my timesheet
She ride it like a '63
I'mma buy her new Céline
Let her ride in a foreign with me