Multiplatinum singer-songwriter Ally Brooke solo single, “Lips Don’t Lie” featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie– available now with Jake Wilson-directed music video viaLatium Entertainment/Atlantic Records. Produced by Oscar Görres(Britney Spears, Maroon 5) of Max Martin’s Wolf Cousinsproduction team and Elof Loelv(Rihanna, KatyPerry), the track is an undeniable summer-ready smash.

"Lips Don’t Lie’ is the song I’ve been most excited for people to hear”says Ally. “It’s a different side of me – a little sultry and flirty – all about how a kiss can be the truest way to tell if a connection is real.”

Lips Don’t Lie” marks the second offering from Ally’s forthcoming debut solo project, following the release of “Low Key” featuring Tygaearlier this year. Praised as “undeniable”by Stereogumand “straight fire”by Cosmopolitan, the single charted top 20 on Top 40 radio and the Billboard Pop Chart – in addition to seeing Ally make her solo TV debut on The Late Late Show with James Corden. The next month will also see Ally on the line-up for several summer radio shows, including iHeartRadio’sWangoTangoalongside Taylor Swift,Jonas Brothers and more.

With her extraordinary new venture, Ally has crafted delicious throwback pop that embraces her Latina roots as well as a deeply personal, thought-provoking message given poignancy and strength through her signature vocal power. Best known as the powerhouse vocalist that anchored award-winning multi-platinum group Fifth Harmony, the San Antonio, TX-native spent much of last year heralding her solo project with a series of acclaimed collaborations, including “Vámonos” with Kris Kross Amsterdam& Messiah, “Perfect” with Topicand “Look At Us Now” with Lost Kings& ASAP Ferg.

Ally is also currently working on her inspiring first book, Finding Your Harmony, arriving next year via Dey Street Books/HarperCollins. The moving and inspirational memoir sees Ally sharing her love for music, recalling her journey to fame, and revealing how she has remained true to herself and her beliefs through her most difficult moments.