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Fifth Harmony samples Cobra's Flex, song out on May 27th

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Mad Cobra’s gold-selling single, Flex, has been sampled by American girl group Fifth Harmony on their latest single All in My Head (Flex).The album version of "All In My Head" features rapper-singer Fetty Wap and is on the group's upcoming second LP, 7/27.   

 Earlier this week, the group transformed the Dancing With the Stars ballroom into a reggae club during Tuesday's finale episode with new single "All In My Head (Flex)." The all-female group had the stage crammed with backing dancers doing tight choreography. 



The song, second from the quintet’s sophomore album 7/27 (Syco/ Epic Records), will be released on Friday. Recorded at producer Donovan Germain’s Penthouse studio in Kingston in 1992, Flex was featured on Mad Cobra’s Hard to Wet, Easy to Dry (Columbia Records).



It was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and reached number one on Billboard’s Rap Singles Chart — a first for any Jamaican artiste.

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