Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui Preview Steve Aoki Collaboration (Week in Review)


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Fifth Harmony's Lauren Jauregui Preview Steve Aoki Collaboration was a Top 10 story on Thursday: (Radio.com) (Radio.com) In the year since Camila Cabello left Fifth Harmony, the four remaining ladies have moved forward as a group and with various solo projects. In 2017, Lauren Jauregui has appeared on songs with Halsey and Ty Dolla $ign.

And the singer has another major collaboration in the works; teasing a new song called "All Night," with EDM superstar Steve Aoki. "All Night" sounds like a catchy, dance-floor-ready pop hit in the making, and it drops this Friday.

"You got me paralyzed and I think I like it /Caught me by surprise /I'm not usually like this, no," she sings. "Got me paralyzed/ Don't think I can help it/ Why's it feel so hot/ Let's keep this going all night." Watch the teaser - here.

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