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The Release of “Baby I’m Coming Home” Follows the Launch of Brooke’s Debut Memoir “Finding
Your Harmony”

LOS ANGELES– Oct. 29, 2020 – Multiplatinum-selling singer-songwriter Ally Brooke unveils her debut original Christmas song, “Baby I’m Coming Home,” placing a unique spin on her effortlessly rich pop vocals in preparation for the holidays. ‘Baby I’m Coming Home’ is out now across all digital streaming platforms via Latium Records / UMG.


2020 proves to be a busy year for Ally Brooke, showing no signs of slowing down as ‘Baby I’m Coming Home’ follows a string of lively collaborations with the likes of dance music heavyweights Afrojack with ‘What are We Waiting For?’ and ‘Gatekeeper’ with Fedde Le Grand which debuted on the iTunes charts at #1. Brooke recently finished filming for her first feature film, “High Expectations” alongside multi-Emmy award winner Kelsey Grammer.

With the release of “Baby I’m Coming Home,” Brooke is following in the the footsteps of other pop
superstars who put their own iconic imprimatur on Christmas.

“It’s always been my dream to have an original Christmas song,” Brooke said. “The song, ‘Baby I’m
Coming Home,’ features a message that is perfect for the season. I know from firsthand experience how difficult it is to be away from family during the holidays, and I hope everyone can find a way to reunite with their loved-ones this Christmas, whether in person or virtually.”

The release of “Baby I’m Coming Home” comes weeks after Brooke published her first memoir
“Finding Your Harmony,” via Dey Street Books/HarperCollins, which chronicles her meteoric rise to
fame and the ups and downs of staying true to her values.

About Ally Brooke
A lifelong entertainer, Ally Brooke, the powerhouse vocalist that anchored award-winning, multiplatinum group Fifth Harmony, kicked off her highly anticipated solo career in 2019 – highlighted by the release of her debut single “Low Key,” featuring Tyga, and sophomore single “Lips Don’t Lie,” featuring A Boogie Wit da Hoodie. Praised as “undeniable” by Stereogum and “straight fire” by Cosmopolitan, “Low Key” 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. Meanwhile, “Lips Don’t Lie” was deemed “another earworm that’s sure to ignite dance floors” by Harper’s BAZAAR and a “natural fit (…) showcasing her impressive range” by Billboard. Ally has also continued to build an impressive resume of genre-bending collaborations including “Higher” with Matoma, “Vámonos” with Kris Kross Amsterdam & Messiah, “Perfect” with Topic and “Look At Us Now” with Lost Kings & ASAP Ferg.