Lauren was born on June 27, in Miami, Florida. She is Cuban-American. She attended Carrollton School of Sacred Heart since the 7th grade and is the eldest of three children. Jauregui's audition has over three million views on YouTube. Her favorite artists include 'Lana del Rey' and Christina Aguilera. Jauregui's musical influences include a mixture of Kelly Clarkson and Coldplay. Sign In. Edit Lauren Jauregui. Showing all 15 items. Former member of Fifth Harmony.
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She is a former member of the girl group Fifth Harmony. Jauregui began experimenting with different sounds and exploring solo songwriting, and collaborated on songs with Marian Hill , Steve Aoki and Halsey. She began working on music for her debut solo album in May , and released her debut solo song " Expectations " in October under Columbia Records. In January , she released the song " More Than That ". Jauregui contributed to the soundtrack of the film Birds of Prey , and released her Tainy -produced latin urban song "Lento" on March 20, Jauregui's debut album is set to be released in Jauregui attended a co-ed Catholic school from Pre-K through sixth grade. She was in the international baccalaureate program of the school,  and participated in the talent show and softball team. Judge Antonio Reid described Jauregui's voice as "husky, round, mature" and her audition as "perfect". She advanced to the next round after getting approval from all four of the judges.
One of pop stardom's most fascinating elements is its historical acceptance of metamorphosis as a natural part of any artist's career arc. In fact, it has arguably been a requirement of the model. Often, these transformations happen in conjunction with shifting trends in popular music and, even at times, changing schools of thought. In the past, such choices rarely read as a point of critique for audiences determined to separate an artist's musical persona from their personal politics. But the onset of the hyper-connected internet generation, and with it, a more native understanding of the importance of diversity and representation, has lead to conversation around what it means to co-opt marginalized identities as costumes. This has often been a by-product of these artistic rebrands.
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