By: Eric Donnelly
The girls of Fifth Harmony have some massive anthems in their discography that for some reason have gone unnoticed — think “Body Rock,” “Going Nowhere,” and “Reflection.”
Their sophomore album 7/27 has produced a couple mega-hits, such as “Work From Home” and “All In My Head (Flex).” A couple days ago, the girls tweeted out a surprise for all of us harmonizers! We were presented with a gift in the form of a new bonus track titled “Voicemail” and then it was pulled away by being a Napster exclusive…yes, that Napster.
“Voicemail” is the definition of a hit and it has classic, early 2000’s girl-group vibes to it. Someone please explain to me how this song never made its way onto the album? “So don’t wait for me to call you back cause I ain’t doing too bad I ain’t thinking about you” the girls forcefully declare before calling on all the single ladies to “shake it.”
This song is straight fire and you’ll be blasting it 24/7, or 7/27 whatever. Click here to listen to the song on Napster, the tweets below are the best quality ones on Twitter for those who don’t want to pay for Napster, and there’s a YouTube link as well.
Prepare to have your body rocked…