Fifth Harmony earn first Hot 100 Top 10 hit

Multi-Platinum girl group Fifth Harmony earn their first ever top 10 hit in the Billboard Hot 100 with their lead single from ‘7/27,’ ‘Work From Home,’ featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

‘Work From Home,’ also became the first Hot 100 top 10 by a girl group this decade. The last hit was ‘The Pussycat Dolls,’ ‘When I Grow Up,’ which reached No. 9 back in July-August 2008.

The song has beaten their previous Billboard highest peak ‘Worth It,’ featuring Kid Ink, which reached No. 12 last August.

The music video for the song also became the fastest video by a girl group to become VEVO certified which also beat their song ‘Worth It,’ which was the previous video to hold the record.

It looks as though ‘Work From Home’ is set to be the girls best selling single, with very little promotion.

On March 24th, the girls also released another song titled ‘The Life,’ from their upcoming second album.

Everyone here at CelebMix are very proud of the girls at how far they have come and we sure you all are too! We also can’t wait to see what else the girls have in store for us and can’t wait for their new album.

Congrats Fifth Harmony on your first Billboard Top 10!

Make sure to check out Fifth Harmony’s sophomore album called ‘7/27,’ which will be released May 20th. Make sure to pre-order the girls new album here:

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Written by CelebMix