It’s the time to celebrate for Fifth Harmony as the Sunday evening turned out to be glorious for the girl band. The group bagged the “Song of the Summer” award for the song “All In My Head,” featuring Fetty Wap, at MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday.
The group, which formed out of X Factor in 2012, faced tough competition from the likes of Drake, Sia, Justin Bieber and Major Lazer for the title, but managed to sweep past them after the public votes went in its favour. The voting was open through Sunday night.
The reggae-tinged track “All In My Head” takes on a flirty note and is co-written by the Fifth Harmony members.
“We feel like it really represents who we are just because we’re from different places and we have different nationalities so we bring something different to the table as far as our cultures,” Normani Kordei told Radio.com. According to Dinah Jane Hansen, the song has a unique feel good factor that one cannot “help but jam to.” The song was co-produced by Swedish production and writing team Stargate, LA-based songwriter and producer Sir Nolan and
The song was co-produced by Swedish production and writing team Stargate, LA-based songwriter and producer Sir Nolan and Amerfican pop hitmaker Benny Blanco, according to a report by the Songfacts.com.
The five girls descended on the red carpet at the 2016 MTV VMAs in matching black outfits. While Camila Cabello chose to wear her hair in a fancy undo, Dinah-Jane Hansen kept her hair straight and glamourous to go with her outfit. Normani Kordei too went with the sleek look on her shorter locks while Lauren Jauregui and Ally Brooke preferred a simpler hairdo with their gorgeous black ensembles, the Hollywood Life reported.
Recently, Normani fell victim to racist attacks on Twitter, but her girl gang came up to her support. However, she decided to take time off from Twitter to avoid the hate.