Fifth Harmony may have lost Camila Cabello last year, but the group is “Miss Movin’ On” without her.
Billboard reports that the group has resigned with their record label, Epic, and plans to go ahead with a third full-length album. An insider tells Billboard, “They’re in a position to have more creative involvement and really direct where they want their music to go. They’re a huge name on the Epic roster so it makes sense to keep them there and work on another hit album.”
Music business attorney Debra White, who doesn’t work with Fifth Harmony but who negotiates similar deals, tells Billboard that the label doesn’t, “give a s**t if it’s Fourth or Fifth Harmony. They’re going to find amazing songs and make a go of it.”
The new album will come out at some point this year. Camila will release her debut solo single in April or May, the publication reports.
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