The stars have joined forces on a new song as part of a no-smoking campaign

By Patrick Gomez
Updated February 05, 2015 07:50 AM
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It seems like nearly everyone is using Tinder to find dates these days – but not Fifth Harmony‘s Lauren Jauregui.

“I’ve done it on my friends’ phones, though,” Jauregi tells PEOPLE. “It’s hilarious.”

While the “Sledgehammer” singers may not use Tinder themselves, they’re well aware how many of their fans are left- and right-swiping on a daily basis and reference the dating app in their new song “Left Swipe Dat.

Fifth Harmony teamed up with “Shower” singer Becky G and social media stars King Bach, Grace Helbig, Harley Morenstein, AlphaCat and more on the anti-smoking song, which is part of truth‘s Finish It campaign.

“The whole song is sort of a wordplay on the dating app and that really ties it into our generation,” says Fifth Harmony’s Camilla Cabello.

Adds her bandmate Ally Brooke: “At the end of the day, we want to decrease teen smoking. It’s already at 8 percent, so it is totally possible.”

For Becky G, the campaign holds a personal significance.

“The truth is, I’ve never smoked before but I’ve lost a lot of family members due to smoking and secondhand smoke,” she says. “It might have been cool in the past, but it is not that attractive to me, personally.”

For more information about teen smoking, visit the truth website.