Ally Brooke Excites Fans With New Music, Memoir, and More

Ally Brooke has been anything but under the radar after the announcement of Fifth Harmony’s hiatus just eight months ago.

The confident pop-singer has recently announced her memoir titled Finding Your Harmony, released a cover of ‘Last Christmas’ and her latest single ‘Vámonos’ all within the last month. After performing on the ALMAs and collaborating with both Messiah and Kriss Kross Amsterdam for her newest track, it is clear that Brooke is taking the next step in her career and fans are excited to say the least.

In terms of what’s up and coming for the ‘Vámonos’ singer, she recently revealed to Billboard that her debut solo album will be out in early 2019 and her memoir is expected to be released in April of next year as well.

Recently, Brooke also revealed a Takeover Tuesday playlist for Billboard that included some of her favorite songs from female artists who continue to inspire both her and her music. The playlist includes Cyndi Lauper, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Selena and Jennifer Lopez. Fans of Brooke are familiar with her appreciation and admiration for these artists.

“These songs are all about girl power — they make me feel powerful and confident. I love how they are all songs from different eras. They make me want to sing and dance and tell the world of my worth!” Brooke explained to Billboard.

As the Christmas season and winter approaches, Brooke also remains promoting the holiday spirit with her recent cover of ‘Last Christmas’ available for purchase and streaming now. This new version of the track brings a unique aspect of Brooke’s vocal ability to the table and shows off her strength as a solo artist while remaining modern instrumentally. She performed this version of the song at Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and has been busy out in New York ever since then.

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Written by Alessandra

Alessandra is a music journalist from New York who loves to speak and write about music of all different genres. She has interviewed artists such as Alesso, Surf Mesa, and Neon Trees.