Fifth Harmony Release OFFICIAL “Reflection” Album Artwork!!!

Fifth Harmony

Several weeks ago, Fifth Harmony released a potential album cover for their upcoming album “Reflection” which is supposed to be released October 21st. The old cover can be found in an article we wrote about here. They have decided to choose the new album cover which can be seen above! Follow us to stay tuned on what’s going on in and with “Fifth Harmony”!

Fifth Harmony Releases Cover For Upcoming Album “Reflection”!!!

Fifth Harmony

Several hours ago, Fifth Harmony finished recording for their upcoming album “Reflection”. The album is rumored to be released October 14th of this year. After having success with their recent single “Bo$$” (which will be included in the album), the girl-band is leading a pave-way to success.

The band also released the art work for the cover for the album which can be seen above. Stay tuned for more info on Fifth Harmony!

Ed Sheeran Performs “Sing” + Premieres “Don’t” From Upcoming Album ‘X’ On ‘SNL’ — Watch Now!

With a little support from bestie Taylor Swift who showed up to watch his performance and make a cameo in host Seth Rogen’s monologue while she was at it, Ed Sheeran took the Saturday Night Live stage for the first time last night (April 12) — and he completely killed it!

Ed took the risk of performing new material from his upcoming album X (pronounced “multiply”), especially when the sound is different than what people have come to expect from the British singer-songwriter. He kicked off with his new Pharrell-produced single “Sing” (listen to the studio version here!) and followed it up with the premiere of a never-before-heard song entitled “Don’t” which had a similar sing-rap flow and gave a good indication that “Sing” won’t be an anomaly on an otherwise traditional release — this is a whole new Ed Sheeran, people!

Watch both performances in the video below now and let us know what you think of the new sound and especially the newest song! We can’t get enough!

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