Lauren Michelle Jauregui Morgado, known simply as Lauren Jauregui, is a former member of the girl group Fifth Harmony. Just over a year ago, she made the move to a solo career, and quickly connected with fans from around the world that love her musical savvy and fearless attitude.
This daughter of Cuban immigrants has a wide range of gifts: a big heart, stunning beauty, an amazing voice, a sharp business sense, and a creative instinct that has been with her since childhood. From her early years on X Factor, and the success of Fifth Harmony on Simon Cowell's label Syco Music, Lauren has continued to find her voice not only as an artist, but also as a public figure. She has long been a vocal supporter of LGBTQ rights and female empowerment, and in May 2017, Jauregui was voted by the public as "Celebrity of the Year" at the British LGBT Awards for her high-profile support of LGBTQ causes. She continues to use her fame to spotlight the issues she cares about: earlier this year, Jauregui participated in Billboard's Live At-Home Concert to raise funds for coronavirus disease relief.
"Lento" was recently released in a collab with fellow Vevo fave Tainy, and features Lauren exploring a new side of herself, singing in Spanish and working with Latin American stars. This bilingual performance represents another, more personal, chapter in her continued evolution. "Lento" is a tropical, stripped-down soul-ballad that showcases Lauren Jauregui's instinct for intricate melody, and invites us all to slow down for a moment and really listen to the rhythm of our hearts - because that is where the magic is.