In the new single, the songsmith raps about a complicated relationship between two people who probably shouldn't be together, but can't deny their physical chemistry, all while Miz Cabello lends her vocals to the hook and breathy bridge.
And this isn't the first time the 19-year-old has hit the studio without Normani Kordei, Ally Brooke Hernandez, Dinah Jane Hansen, and Lauren Jauregui.
Sooooo… is the teen separating herself from her singing sisters to springboard her solo career?!
Listen to Bad Things (below) and let us know what you think in the comments!
Well, if that's the case, the lovely ladies are about to get pissed off all over again, because the 19-year-old announced on Tuesday that she'll be releasing ANOTHER song separate from 5H… but this time with Machine Gun Kelly!
The new single, titled Bad Things, is slated to drop on Friday, and both the rapper and the brunette beauty have ALREADY taken to Twitter to tease lyrics from the upcoming release!
What's just as exciting is the Hotline Bling artist's lady love earned the second most nominations with seven! Sure, we expected all the big players like Adele, Justin Bieber, Beyoncé, and The Weeknd to get nominated — especially for Artist of the Year — but we had NO IDEA how many nods Drizzy and RiRi would land!
Ch-ch-check out the FULL list of nominations (below) and let us know who you want to win this year at the AMAs!
The alternative presidential hopeful is a controversial choice considering a lot of people feel the November vote shouldn't be split any further given the high stakes of the election. Some Americans even feel that Stein is taking advantage of our depressing political climate to further her own career.
Either way, the beauty's gushing endorsement didn't go over so well despite her good intentions. Check out the offending tweets (below)!
As you might remember Fifth Harmony's Normani Kordei decided to quit Twitter in August after writing a statement addressed to her fans about how she was being "racially cyber bullied with tweets and pictures so horrific and racially charged."
In an interview conducted last month but published on Wednesday, the singer told Us Weekly of the experience:
"Everybody in the group gets online hate, but mine is different. Racism really does exist and I'm the only African American girl of the group. There are people creating Photoshopped pictures of me getting beat as if I were a slave back in the day."
"I tried to ignore it at first. My way of dealing with it was to not deal with it, if that makes sense. I thought the best thing was just not to look at the comments. Even if there's one comment, it's superhurtful and it's the one that sticks with you."
The ATL native admitted that removing herself from the negativity was a freeing experience: