Fifth Harmony's Lawyer on Setting the Group Free: 'They Own Their Brand Now'
Where did you start?
Me, Larry [Rudolph] and Dan [Dymtrow, their managers] said, “What do you want to do?” And they were like, “Wow, no one ever asked us.”
They credit you with a lot of their progress.
We had a long-term strategy for the girls, which first and foremost included their emotional and mental health.
Is this the first album of many from the four-person 5H or the last one before they all go solo?
It’s whatever they want. They own their brand now. The things they want individually and as a group are not mutually exclusive. Look at Steven Tyler, who has a huge solo career but at the same time, a huge band he has been in for 45 years. You can have it all, baby. This is America!