The 22-year-old singer dropped her new song, "More Than That," on Friday. The sultry track comes three months after the release of her debut solo single, "Expectations." Jauregui's full-length solo album -- her first since Fifth Harmony announced their hiatus last March -- is due later this year.
"If I'ma take a gamble then you better come correct / I need more than them diamonds that you got around your neck / Sh*t, anybody can flex," Jauregui, who also wrote the song, sings in its first verse. "Boy, you better come stronger than this liquor / Wanna take me home? Better be more convincing / It'll take more than that to get to me / More than that to get your way."
"I've just been kind of exploring. I'm letting it be as organic as possible," she said. "I've been writing a lot and just kind of exploring myself, and you know, with each song it kind of has a new life so sometimes I'm creating it from scratch. So it all depends."
"I'm gravitating a lot towards guitar, more towards alternative mixed with R&B sounds, so it's kind of like, in that realm. But I'm not really 100 percent set on any tone yet," she added.