Ally Brooke Takes a Disco Spin All by Herself on Funky 'No Good': Listen

Ally Brooke

Ally Brooke

Sometimes something feels so bad it's good. That's basically what Ally Brooke is saying on her new disco-fied single, "No Good." The track, which dropped on Monday morning (Nov. 25), bubbles along on a funky bass line and four-on-the-floor dance beat as the former Fifth Harmony member laments, "Make a promise that I'm leaving/ But my heart only wants what it wants/ In the madness what a feeling/ I'm hung up should be hanging it up." 

The singer, who is vying for a championship on Dancing With the Stars on Monday night, could celebrate an expected victory with the letting it all hang loose vibe of the single, on which she not-so-convincingly states, "You're no good for me/ I don't need nobody/ Don't need no one/ That's no good for me," even as she sings about how hard it is to stay away. The song was written by JHart (Justin Bieber), Alex Soifer, Danny Majic (G-Eazy), Sermstyle (Demi Lovato) and Madison Love (Kim Petras) and it samples the 1987 Kelly Charles house classic "You're No Good For Me."

Unlike her previous singles, "Low Key," "Lips Don't Lie" and "Higher," the grooving "No Good" doesn't have a feature. Brooke is expected to release her solo debut album in 2020.

Watch the "No Good" lyric video below.