Every Fifth Harmony Solo Song, Ranked Worst to Best
It’s been an incredible six years since Fifth Harmony won third place on the U.S. version of X Factor. From their start as hopeful solo contestants to their status as one of the most prominent girl groups of the 2010s, 5H received numerous awards, held seven headlining tours, and released three albums and six EPs before announcing an indefinite hiatus in early 2018, just a little over a year following the controversial departure of member Camila Cabello.
With time to finally focus on their solo careers, each of the five original members have released singles—and in Cabello’s case, an entire album of chart-topping material—as they prepare to dominate the music industry as individual pop, R&B and EDM stars.
Though most members are still in the early stages of their solo ventures, we decided to comb through the girls’ individual discographies — including songs the members were featured on and older tracks released before the group’s official formation on X Factor — in order to rank their output thus far.