Dinah Jane Hansen
Dinah Jane Hansen will be featured on a song without Fifth Harmony. The singer is pictured attending the Reebok At Gotham Gym on Sept. 8, 2017 in New York City. Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images

Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane Hansen is the latest member of the group to announce her solo move, which has made fans question if the singers are on the verge of a break up. On Wednesday, the 20-year-old revealed that she will be featured on a new song without her bandmates, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Ally Brooke Hernandez.

Hansen teased the big news on Instagram by sharing the song’s cover art and featured artists. “IT’S ALMOST HERE !!!!My first official collab with yours truly, @redone @daddyyankee @frenchmontana #BOOMBOOM honored to be apart of your journey Red! This is one hell of a record y’all. 10.27 get ready,” she captioned the photo.

The “Down” singer’s announcement comes a few days after it was revealed that Jauregui would be featured on her boyfriend, Ty Dolla $ign’s upcoming album, “Beach House 3,” which is expected to be released on Friday. The 21-year-old will appear on a track called “In Your Phone.”

Jauregui and Hansen aren’t the only ones venturing out to tackle solo projects. Over the weekend, Kordei announced she signed a solo management deal and plans to release out music outside of Fifth Harmony.


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The focus on the solo projects comes almost one year after Camila Cabello left the group to become a solo artist. Since her departure, the group has maintained that they have every intention of staying together, but the increase in solo gigs has fans wondering if the four remaining members are heading towards a break up.

During a recent interview with Kode magazine, Kordei revealed that she and her group members hope Fifth Harmony’s music has made an impact on the world. “We hope to be remembered by our legacy. It’s an incredible honor being the biggest girl group in this decade but an even greater honor to make a difference through our music,” she said.

Cabello’s exit was announced on Dec. 19, when her contract with the group reportedly expired and she chose not to continue on as a member. Although Fifth Harmony has insisted they are “in a better place” since Cabello left, they seem to be enjoying their solo endeavors.

However, fans shouldn’t be worried about the group breaking up anytime soon. Fifth Harmony is expected to resume their PSA Tour in December, and fans can watch them perform at the Latin American Music Awards airing on Thursday at 9 p.m. EDT on Telemundo.