The visuals features the Fifth Harmony member taking her dance party to a hair salon, a convenience store and the streets.

AceShowbiz - Dinah Jane has become the latest Fifth Harmony member to launch its solo career. The California native teamed up with Ty Dolla $ign and Marc E. Bassy for her debut single "Bottled Up". A music video for the song made its way out on Wednesday, November 7.

The visuals was directed by Hannah Lux Davix, the same person who worked on Ariana Grande's "Side to Side" and Demi Lovato's "Cool for the Summer". It kicks off with Dinah executing fierce choreography in a hair salon, giving a glimpse of her underboobs in daring crop top. She later takes her dance party to the streets and a convenience store, where she meets up with her collaborators.

The song itself talks about someone who has a hard time sharing their emotion. Thus, they bottle up their feelings and turn to smoking and drinking because that's the only way they can get it out. "I'm a bad chick, I need a bad one with me/ Work from home, but he gon' stay up with me," she sings. "No sleep tonight, yeah, you know what I like."

In a statement accompanying the release of the song, Dinah said that she "just wanted to come out with people actually vibing" when she first unveiled it. "I just wanted to take it to a party scene," the 21-year-old singer explained.

Explaining how the collaboration came to happen, Dinah noted that Bassy had always been her "first go-to." She said, "I remember hearing his record, 'Maybe That's Love' featuring Ty Dolla $ign. I was such a fan of this before we did 'Work From Home'. ...What a better time is it to throw both of them on a record?"

Dinah is the third member of Fifth Harmony who has made her solo debut, following Normani Kordei and Lauren Jauregui.

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