"Havana" singer Camila Cabello has become a chart-topping music phenomenon after going solo, but she's not the only 5Her to break out on her own. Here's a roundup of her former bandmates' solo efforts.

By Lena Hansen
March 05, 2018 03:31 PM

Since leaving Fifth Harmony in 2016, “Havana” singer Camila Cabello’s solo career continues it’s staggering ascent with eponymous album Camila, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard‘s 200 Albums Chart and broke the record for the most number one hits on iTunes for a first album. The Cuban-American songstress, however, is not the only talent hailing from 5H who’s tearing it up with solo efforts. Here’s a round up compiled by Billboard of Normani, Lauren Jauregui, Dinah Jane and Ally Brooke’s independent productions.

Dinah Jane, 20, teamed up with RedOne, Daddy Yankee and French Montana for “Boom Boom,” released last year. Filmed in the Sahara desert and the colorful streets of Morocco, the music video is visually rich and exotic. Dinah captivates with sultry vocals and lights up the sky in a hot air balloon.

Last year, Lauren Jauregui paired up with Steve Aoki on “All Night.” The electronic dance song climbed to No. 9 on Billboard‘s Dance Songs Chart. The dark seductive clip shows the Cuban American singer, 21, owning the night in a sexy club scene.

In her solo project, Normani turns up the heat with Khalid in “Love Lies.” The track, aptly (or ironically?) released on Valentine’s Day this year, debuted at No. 43 on Billboard‘s Hot 100. The sultry duet shows the pair questioning one another’s fidelity. The music video, filmed in Los Angeles, showcases the dance moves Normani polished in 2017 as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars.

German DJ and producer Topic united with Ally Brooke on a dance and electronic music ballad called “Perfect,” released earlier this year. The tune is a meditation on the difficulty of leaving a longtime love. In the music video, the Mexican American artist, 24, croons with a dramatic flair in a dimly lit room.

Although none of the other 5H members have talked about leaving the group after witnessing Cabello’s worldwide success, the quartet has proven they can fly solo with just as much fire.