Fifth Harmony & Camila Cabello's Singles: Which One is Better? Vote!

Fifth Harmony released their first song as a four-piece June 2, two weeks after Cabello's solo debut.

Fifth Harmony's first single since Camila Cabello’s departure from the group six months ago has arrived, with the group delivering the bouncy snap-along track "Down" Friday (June 2).

On Fifth Harmony’s new track, the melodic artists offer a sweet single as they sing, “I’m going to keep loving you down,” over danceable, clean synthesizers. The song also features a few verses spit by Gucci Mane over a echoic bass just before the song builds into a moment of blissful release.  

Luckily for fans loyal to former band member Cabello, though, the recent solo artist dropped her first single, “Crying in the Club,” just two weeks before 5H's release. On Cabello’s debut, she sets herself apart from her previous project by sharing a dark pop tune driven by a sultry sound and escapist lyrics, potentially defining the music that can be expected from her upcoming album The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.

While Fifth Harmony’s release is a romantic summer track in line with the group’s discography, Cabello offers a slower, feverish song made for summer nights. So Harmonizers, which song are you feeling -- the latest from Fifth Harmony or Camila’s first song on her own? Vote in our poll below!