Normani Launches Debut Solo Album 'Dopamine' With Star-Studded Features

The former Fifth Harmony member's first-ever solo album marks a significant milestone in her career, showcasing her journey into divine femininity and sexual empowerment.

AceShowbiz - Normani Kordei's long-awaited debut album, "Dopamine", has finally arrived, marking a bold new chapter for the 27-year-old artist. After Fifth Harmony's hiatus, Normani has been preparing for this moment, embracing and celebrating her sexuality.

Since going solo, Normani has made her mark on the Hot 100 chart with hits like "Love Lies" and "Dancing With A Stranger". Her lead single from "Dopamine". "Wild Side" featuring Cardi B, also charted at No. 14. The album features the singles "1:59" featuring Gunna and "Candy Paint" as well.

Tommy Brown produced the majority of the album, with contributions from Starrah, Gunna, James Blake and Cardi B. In May, Normani released "Dopamine (First Dose)" as a trailer for the album, teasing visuals of "1:59" and "Candy Paint".

The journey to "Dopamine" has been a long one for Normani, who has been preparing for this moment since her girl group went on hiatus. Now, as a 27-year-old artist, Normani's new album marks a bold, new chapter in her career. "The album marks a bold, new chapter for the 27-year-old artist as she fully embraces and celebrates her sexuality, showcasing her journey into divine femininity," according to a press release.

Normani's fans have been nothing short of supportive through this process. She told Billboard News' Tetris Kelly, "I'm just grateful that everybody is just really excited still for this album and for this body of work. They've waited on me, which I don't really take for granted." Such loyalty is well deserved, as the artist has shown consistent growth and versatility in her solo work. Her prior singles, including the hits "Love Lies" with Khalid and "Dancing With A Stranger" with Sam Smith, have already proven her star power.

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