Fifth Harmony, ‘Miss Movin’ On’ – Song Review
Fifth Harmony finally released an original track! Harmonizers will eat up their first single, ‘Miss Movin’ On.’
The gals — Normani Hamilton, Camilla Cabello, Ally Brooke, Lauren Jauregui and Dinah Hansen — channel their inner ‘X Factor‘ mentor Demi Lovato and a bit of Kelly Clarkson (Lovato’s own idol) in their breakup anthem.
The girls belt out an empowering kissoff anthem, singing, “You killed me but I survived / Now I’m coming alive / I’ll never be that girl again / No, I’ll never be that girl again / My innocence is wearing thin / But my heart is growing strong / So call me / Call me / Call me Miss Movin’ On.”
The song is pure pop, but Fifth Harmony’s vocals give it a hefty dose of soul that many of their Top 40 contemporaries, most of whom are a lot older than they are, lack. Get ready to love this song — because you’re going to be hearing ‘Miss Movin’ On’ quite a bit. We’re fully expecting it to move right on to the top of the charts.
Listen to Fifth Harmony, ‘Miss Movin’ On’