Fifth Harmony Release Hot Spanish Version Of ‘Worth It’
Girl group Fifth Harmony have just released the Spanish version of their summer mega-hit "Worth It," y es muy buena! (That's "very good," thank you very much.) The Spanish language rework of the hotter-than-hot Reflection single hit iTunes on Friday July 10, and features the bilingual queens getting down en español.
Unfortunately, it seems that the rework, titled "Dame Esta Noche," does not feature Fifth Harmony group member Lauren Jauregui (who actually does speak Spanish fluently) for some strange reason. However, rapper Kid Ink, who collaborated on the original track, is still featured during the English-language rap verse. (Why they didn't also rerecord the rap verse in Spanish, we'll never know.)
Either way, the Spanish re-recording was undoubtedly a brilliant (and wonderfully inclusive) move for the girls, especially considering their Miami roots and the fact that three of the five members are of Hispanic descent (Jauregui, Ally Hernandez, and Camila Cabello). In fact, you might even say the re-recording was... worth it.
After all, the group has seen its biggest hit so far with the track, which has become Harmony's highest charting single in the U.S. as well as the group's first to hit the Top 20, peaking at number fourteen. In addition, "Worth It" is also notably the first song by a girl group to hit above the top fifteen spot in the U.S. in over six years. (The last song to do so was "Jai Ho!" by The Pussycat Dolls in 2009. Geez, now we're feeling nostalgic!)