Lauren Jauregui is the latest Fifth Harmony member to drop off a solo track, following the group's hiatus. Camila Cabello dropped out from the girl band before their official break, citing problems with recording solo and apparently Lauren was having the same issues too. “Once Fifth was over was when the shackles [came off],” Jauregui told Rolling Stone. “I can’t create when I feel stifled. That’s just not in my capacity. I need to feel free.”
Lauren's first track is titled "Expectations" and hears the true capacity of Lauren's vocals with no interruptions from other singers. “I’m taking this as my first attempt to be myself. We’re all doing that all the time — it never really stops — but this is me figuring out me right now, with no boundaries," she added to W.
Lauren says the next time she hits the road on a tour, she'll have her own music to perfrom in the form of a full album. “I don’t want to put out commercial-ass quick shit," she added. "When people see or hear my stuff, I want them to resonate to some degree. Hate it or love it, I want them to feel something.”
Wish I had no expectations
I wish that I could get it through your head
With no confrontation
I really wish we could talk about it instead