What Dinah Jane Has Been Up To Since Fifth Harmony's Split

In March 2018, Harmonizers were hit with some major news: Fifth Harmony announced an indefinite hiatus as a group, which freed up some time for the members to pursue solo projects. Camila Cabello's music is everywhere these days, along with those Shawn Mendes make-out sightings. And of course, Normani had huge success with her single "Motivation," but what about the other alums? 

Dinah Jane has been working on her solo music before the group even split up. In December 2017, she collaborated with a fellow X Factor alum, Leona Lewis, on a song called "Christmas Medley." That same year, she was featured on RedOne's song "Boom Boom" alongside French Montana and Daddy Yankee.

Once the group split, Jane put her all into her solo projects. Billboard announced in August 2018 that she secured her first record deal as an individual artist, signing onto producer L.A. Reid's label Hitco. A month later, she released "Bottled Up," her first single. Dishing on the track with iHeartRadio, Jane shared, "It talks about someone who has a hard time telling the one they're into, their loved one, how they really feel. So, you bottle up these feelings and emotions and you don't know how to say it, so you have to turn to drinking and smoking to get it out."

Dinah Jane has been working hard on her solo music

In April 2019, Dinah Jane dropped her first EP, Dinah Jane 1, which included the single "Heard It All Before." Later that year, she dropped two different songs, "Retrograde" and "SZNS." She hasn't released any information about a full album, but she announced her first solo tour in January 2020. The singer told Vibe, "I'm really excited just to give back [to the fans]. They've been with my since I can remember," which is actually a long time since the 22-year-old mentioned she dropped her first YouTube video at age 11.

The tour was set to start kick off in April 2020. However, just like many other events, Jane had to postpone her plans in response to coronavirus, which she confirmed in a March 17 Instagram. In addition to thanking fans for their support and reminding them to be careful, she wrote, "I've always got little tricks up my sleeves hehe... so don't you worry, new dates are being worked out now." Three days later, she dropped the song "1501."

While she hasn't announced the revised tour schedule, she did come through with a concert for her fans. On April 6, she sang for a Billboard Live At-Home performance to raise money for Direct Relief, which donates protective equipment to medical workers. 

2020 may not be what anyone expected, but Dinah Jane is making the best of things in her post-Fifth Harmony era.