On the Wallpaper-produced track, our five tweens take on a catchy beat with fist pounds that recall Pharrell's signature production and make sure to name-drop one of the most important female bosses in the country: Michelle Obama. "You say that you a baller/And I see you tryna holla/But that ain't how I was brought up," the group sings collectively atop a blaring trumpet, before a chant to the first lady ("Boss... Michelle Obama/Purse so heavy gettin' Oprah dollas"). Think of a teen version of Danity Kane's "Lemonade."
Fifth Harmony also dropped the video for "Bo$$" just a few days after the track was released and their transition into pop star adulthood is ever so clear. In the three-minute visual, the group shows a little skin, walks a little catwalk and takes on some arm-wrestling matches. It's a typical day for Dinah Jane Hansen, Lauren Jauregui, Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei and Camila Cabello, but the video also comes with an inspiration message at the beginning: "Think like a boss. Dreams don't work unless you do. Find yourself, and be that."
In a world with very few girl groups, working female anthems are always welcomed and the song is catchy, but Fifth Harmony's transition from the female One Direction to commanding sirens is a pill a little too hard to swallow.
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