Have you found yourself enthralled by the impulsive, dulcet, canorous beat of the exclamation, “Give it to me; I’m worth it”? The Fifth Harmony music single has elevated its members into a new era of fame this year. The song is currently holding the 14th spot on the Billboard Hot 100 and the 10th spot in the Radio Songs category as of June 25th.
However, one of the group’s members has been accepting ventures to let her own artistic light shine. Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei will be playing an alluring role in an upcoming music video from R&B breakout artist, Teyana Taylor. The video is for Taylor’s “Do Not Disturb” hit. Kordei will also be starring in Future’s “Commas” music video. Surprisingly, Kordei managed to film both of the videos in one day. The videos were both directed by Sean Bankhead.
Nomani discussed the impact dancing has had on her life since she was 3 years of age with Complex magazine. She took an introspective method to explain how dancing can touch so many in such a diverse manner. “Dancing is more than just moving body parts; it is a pathway of expressing your deepest inner thoughts”, she stated.
When being such an intricate part of a group, the focus often becomes mediatized to the well-being and talent of the overall group. For this reason, it’s great to see the individual capabilities of an artist shine through at one point in their career.
Make sure to catch Normani dancing it out in the new video below!