Fifth Harmony Have Recorded a Spanish Version Of "Worth It" And We Love It
13 July 2015, 10:03 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09
BRING BACK LATIN POP!
Fifth Harmony have surprised fans with a Spanish version of their bop "Worth It".
The track, which landed at Number Three on the Official Singles Chart on Friday, is the third single to be lifted from the band's debut album Reflection and features the rapping prowess of Kid Ink.
The new version of the song, titled "Dame Esta Noche", has been entirely re-recorded in Spanish apart from Kid Ink's rap, and it's actually really great.
However, some fans have been irked by the lack of a solo from band member Lauren Jauregui, the one member of the band that actually speaks the language fluently.
Regardless, re-recording the song in Spanish seems like a great idea, paying homage to the fact that three of the girls are of hispanic decent and acting as an inclusive branch to a whole legion of fans.
Also, we're not going to lie, we're pretty sure this could spark the resurgence of Latin Pop, which needs to happen!