The Harmonizers — fans of America’s only teen pop female vocal group Fifth Harmony (5H) have spoken. Ensuring that their voice was heard, the dedicated Harmonizers launched an online campaign demanding the group’s first single by creating numerous worldwide trending topics, including hashtags such as #EpicWeWantThe5HSingle and #WeWant5HMissMovinOn. Due to insatiable demand, Fifth Harmony, which was put together during X Factor by Simon Cowell from individual contestants Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, Normani Hamilton, and Camila Cabello, have decided to their release their debut single “Miss Movin’ On” earlier than planned.
Last week, as fans online campaigns were reaching fever-pitch, Fifth Harmony made their choice for their debut song and posted a Vine message to the fans with a clip of the song: https://vine.co/v/bLJah9PYPdm
The song will premiere in its entirety on “Saturday Night Online with Romeo,” which is syndicated to more than 100 radio stations, on June 15th. A stream of the song will be posted at www.saturdaynightonline.com later that evening.
Ally Brooke praised the group’s dedicated fans for their campaigning and said, “The persistence of our Harmonizers amaze us! What other fans would pursue Team Fifth Harmony for info the way they do? We’re so excited to share the name of our new single! And can’t wait for them to hear it this week!”
Lauren added, “The fact that the Harmonizers stalked Team Fifth Harmony on twitter to allow us to release the name of our first single makes us sooo happy. We literally have the most amazing support!”
The Harmonizers began their campaign four months ago with weekly worldwide Twitter trends and 5H answered back posting cover songs each week to satisfy fan demand making 5H one of the most viewed vocal groups on You Tube in the last year with over 45 million views of their songs. The #TheFifthHarmonyFridays cover series was so successful that the pop quintet received twitter praise from their industry peers:
Ed Sheeran praises 5H’s “Leggo House” cover: “@FifthHarmony thank you for singing it so beautifully.”
Mikky Ekko approves of 5H’s “Stay” cover: “@FifthHarmony it’s really nice. Those girls are super talented.”
Harry Styles from One Direction: “Hiiii @FifthHarmony, was just with @julianbulian and heard some of your stuff. My booty was poppin’. It’s gonna be siiiiick. X”
Ariana Grande: “6th Harmony? J These girls are the sweetest. Nice meeting you. Let’s have a slumber party @FifthHarmony”
Thanks to their show-stopping vocals, undeniable charisma, and genuine sisterly bond, Fifth Harmony have attracted a growing, devoted fanbase since Season 2 of The X Factor wrapped last December. “Miss Movin’ On” is the first single from Fifth Harmony’s upcoming debut album, which will be released by Epic Records and Syco Music later this year. The girls have been in the studio working with The Suspex (Demi Lovato), The Monsters (Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez), J Kash (Kesha, Avril Lavigne), Lil’ Eddie (Usher, Pink), Toby Gad (Beyoncé, Fergie) and others. Multi-platinum-selling producer/songwriter Julian Bunetta (One Direction, Natasha Bedingfield), who worked with the girls on The X Factor, is executive-producing the album.
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