Fifth Harmony
The members of Fifth Harmony have been working on solo projects. Ally Brooke Hernandez, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui and Dinah Jane Hansen are pictured attending Power 96.1’s Jingle Ball on Dec. 15, 2017 in Atlanta. Paras Griffin/Getty Images

Although Fifth Harmony managed to release a successful album after Camila Cabello left the music group one year ago, the remaining members, Lauren Jauregui, Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke Hernandez and Dinah Jane Hansen, have also been hard at work on their own solo projects.

Even though Harmonizers were thrilled with the release of music from the ladies individually, after a while, they began to wonder if solo records meant the beginning of the end for the music group.

During an interview with Forbes, Jauregui revealed that she has been working on solo music in her spare time and her bandmates have been doing the same. Noting the many projects they have been releasing individually, the “Down” artist admitted that the group has discussed the idea of breaking up vs. staying together.

“Of course we’ve had discussions, and of course we’re all in agreeance. Everyone has been doing solo stuff as well. Dinah just dropped ‘Boom Boom,’ which is super dope. You have Red One, and Daddy Yankee and French Montana and Dinah, they’re freaking killing it,” she said.

Jauregui went on to reveal that Hernandez has a song with the Lost Kings ,and Kordei is working on some new music that she will be releasing soon. “I love watching everybody thrive and explore themselves. It’s so fun,” the artist told Forbes.

The “All Night” singer explained that it hasn’t been challenging for her to balance her group and solo projects because the other members of Fifth Harmony are just as busy working on their own music.

“Well, I mean, it’s not difficult, because we’re all in a space right now where we are giving each other the space to explore ourselves and be honest with each other and open with each other about what we’re doing,” she said.

Although a heavy focus on solo music may rattle fans and stir break up rumors, Jauregui showed no signs of leaving the group during her interview.

“Obviously, Fifth Harmony is the number one priority for all of us, and we have a single out now called ‘Por Favor’ and you know there’s a lot of stuff coming up. Next, we’re going on tour around Asia and Australia. And we just got off of one in South America.”

While Jauregui revealed she plans on disappearing in January and using the time to explore herself and the world, the singer insisted that she has every intention on coming back in March to perform with Fifth Harmony.