AceShowbiz - It did not take long for Fifth Harmony to launch their single "Write On Me". The girl-group has premiered a black-and-white music video on top of their newly-released anthemic ballad.
The song opens with an acoustic guitar backing, which is well-translated into the video. Beats and rhythm escalate towards the end of the song, allowing the girls to express their voice power and the literal meaning of the song. "Write on me/ Color outside the lines/ Love the way you tat me up/ Baby take your time/ Write on me/ Give me some wings, I'll fly/ Love the way you tat me up/ I'll never change my mind," the girls croon.
"Write On Me" is the third single from the pop group's upcoming sophomore album "7/27", which is scheduled to hit the shelves on May 27. Talking about collaborators in the album, Normani Kordei told KISS FM UK last month, "They are definitely people who inspired us, ever since we were young as well. There is one in particular that, you know, goes way back. But we're really excited."
Ty Dolla $ign was the featured artist in the album's first single "Work From Home".