Normani Gets Support From Fifth Harmony Members After Solo Album Announcement

Fifth Harmony is showing some love to Normani.

The former pop group’s members expressed their support in the comments section of the singer’s recent social media announcement that she will finally be releasing her long-awaited solo album, Dopamine, in the coming year.

“cryingg typing this rn. DOPAMINE THE ALBUM,” Normani captioned her Instagram post on Wednesday (Feb. 21).

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In addition to her elated fanbase, the announcement also drew positive comments from the artist’s former Fifth Harmony members Camila Cabello, Ally Brooke, Lauren Jauregui and Dinah Jane.

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“Let’s gooooo🔥,” Jauregui wrote, while Cabello added a series of rocket emojis. “there she is 🥹🔥🔥,” Jane added. And Brooke shared several sparkling heart emojis and clapping hand.

Normani’s post also featured a photo of the artwork, which features the black-leather bikini-clad singer riding on top of a black rocket. She also reposted a June 30, 2018-dated message from X, in which she wrote, “I have my album title y’all,” and shared the album’s pre-save link wheresthedamnalbum.com.

Normani has yet to reveal Dopamine‘s release date, but according to the rapidly changing date counter on the aforementioned website, it will be released in 2024.

Since embarking on her solo career in 2018, Normani has released only seven singles as a lead artist, with 2019’s “Motivation” and 2022’s “Fair” being the only songs she’s released without another artist on it. She’s had two Billboard Hot 100 top 10 hits with the Sam Smith-assisted “Dancing With a Stranger” (No. 7) and the Khalid-assisted “Love Lies” (No. 9). “Motivation” and “Wild Side,” featuring Cardi B, have also charted on the Hot 100, peaking at No. 33 and No. 14, respectively.

Her Dopamine album announcement also arrives six months after signed a new management deal with Brandon Creed and Lydia Asrat through Creed’s Good World Management and Asrat’s Q10. Normani and her former management company, Brandon Silverstein‘s S10 Entertainment, parted ways last May.

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