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Reflection (Album)
Album by Fifth Harmony
U.S. Release February 3, 2015
Track Count 11 (14 - Deluxe Ver.)
Recorded 2014
Producer Stargate, Dr. Luke, Rock City, Julian Bunetta, Tommy Brown, Chris 'Flict' Appari, Ricky Reed
Total Length TBA
Previous Juntos
Next TBA

Fifth Harmony will release their first studio album "Reflection" on February 3, 2015. This album will be released with Syco Music and Epic Records, Simon Cowell's and L.A. Reid's record label. Fifth Harmony’s debut album will be executive produced by multiplatinum producer-songwriter Julian Bunetta (One Direction, Boyz II Men, Flo Rida, Natasha Bedingfield, Leona Lewis), who worked with the group as a music producer on X Factor. The album will feature collaborations with songwriters Autumn Rowe (Lewis, Cher Lloyd, Alexandra Burke) and Lil’ Eddie (Usher, Pink, Jessie J, Cody Simpson).


After finishing in third place on the second season of The X Factor USA and releasing debut EP titled Better Together , Fifth Harmony announced they would be releasing a full-length album in the fall of 2014.The album will be executive produced by multiplatinum producer-songwriter Julian Bunetta and released by Syco Music and Epic Records.

The group said that the album is less pop and has a more mature sound than their EP. Fifth Harmony fans were asked to vote for the group to help unlock the cover for the album, each vote adding into the percentages needed to unveil the cover art. The title and the cover of the album were unveiled on Fifth Harmony's official website on August 12, 2014. Due to the negative feedback about the cover art, they decided to change it and released a new version on August 22, 2014. 


BO$$ was released as the lead single from Reflection on July 7, 2014, and the music video was released a day later on Vevo. The song debuted at number 43 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart with first-week sales of 75,000, becoming the group's best week sales as well as highest-charting song.

Sledgehammer was released as the second single from Reflection on October 28, 2014, and the music video was released on November 25, 2014. Upon release it shot straight to number three on iTunes. It peaked at number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 making it the group's highest-charting single.

Track Listing

Standard Edition
# Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Top Down" Linnea Deb, Joy Deb, Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad, Maurice “Verse” Simmonds The Family 3:40
2. "BO$$" Eric Frederic, Joe Spargur, Daniel Kyriakides, Gamal "Lunchmoney" Lewis, Jacob Kasher, Taylor Parks Ricky Reed, Joe London, Daylight 2.51
3. "Sledgehammer" Jonas Jeberg, Meghan Trainor, Sean Douglas Jeberg, Harvey Mason, Jr. 3:50
4. "Worth It" featuring Kid Ink Priscilla Renea, Stargate, Ori Kaplan Stargate, Kaplan 3:44
5. "This Is How We Roll" Dr. Luke, Theron Thomas, Cirkut Dr. Luke, Cirkut 4:32
6. "Everlasting Love" Victoria Monet, Shane Stevens Tommy Brown, Travis Sayles 3:04
7. "Like Mariah" featuring Tyga Justin Tranter, Tyga, Mariah Carey, Jermaine Dupri, Manuel Seal Rotem 3:28
8. "Them Girls Be Like" James Abrahart, Victoria Monet, Tinashe 'T-Collar' Sibanda, Emily Warren, Brit Burton T-Collar, Benjamin Rice 2:42
9. "Reflection" Jacob Kasher, Julian Bunetta, Victoria McCants Bunetta 3:08
10. "Suga Mama" Trainor, Chris "Flict" Apparri Chris "Flict" Apparri 3:39
11. "We Know" Monet, Kyle “K2” Stewart II Brown 2:57
Deluxe Version
# Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
12. "Going Nowhere" Priscilla Renea, Breana Marin, Andre Merritt, Chris 'Chris "Flict" Apparri' Aparri Flict 3:34
13. "Body Rock" Harmony Samuels, Thomas, John DeNicola, Donald Markowitz, Frank Previte Samuels 4:03
14. "Brave Honest Beautiful" featuring Meghan Trainor Trainor Flict 3:28


  • Recording (2/16/2013 - 8/12/2014)


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