12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The pop fivesome’s second album takes aim at soulful R&B with some major assists. And with unerring consistency, it hits with laser precision. 7/27 radiates swagger, but there’s plenty here beyond just attitude (the Ty Dolla $ign-enriched “Work from Home”) and clear hits-in-waiting (the Missy Elliott collaboration “Not That Kinda Girl”), as vulnerable moments (“Write On Me,” “Dope,” “No Way”) showcase the group’s dynamism with just as much impact. 

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The pop fivesome’s second album takes aim at soulful R&B with some major assists. And with unerring consistency, it hits with laser precision. 7/27 radiates swagger, but there’s plenty here beyond just attitude (the Ty Dolla $ign-enriched “Work from Home”) and clear hits-in-waiting (the Missy Elliott collaboration “Not That Kinda Girl”), as vulnerable moments (“Write On Me,” “Dope,” “No Way”) showcase the group’s dynamism with just as much impact. 

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

rashondla ,

Work them vocals

So catchy. The tunes aren't in your face so you actually get a chance to appreciate the vocals. I can tell this song is going to be a hit

jennixbrooks ,

AMAZING

Guys stop hating on Camila seriously, you loved her in the beginning so much and adored her voice, made her the most popular girl in the group and that's what led her to this. I love every single girl equally:) Lauren sounds amazing, Normani does, Dinah does, and I can't forget Allysonnn. Ya'll should follow me on instagram tho, (dinahsballz) GOD THIS ALBUM IS SO AMAZING AND SLAYS MY EXISTENCE

Caminah ,

A++++

Got me wet tbh

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