Fifth Harmony have claimed their first million-selling single in the UK.
‘Work From Home’ hit the one million milestone in the latest charts. The track peaked at number two in March, making it their most successful track in the UK so far. It has also been a huge hit for the girls in the States, selling over three million copies, making it certified triple platinum.
.@FifthHarmony’s smash #WorkFromHome has now been confirmed as a million seller in the UK. Congratulations! pic.twitter.com/Xair593Tvb
— SYCO Entertainment (@syco) November 16, 2016
Fifth Harmony’s success with ‘Work From Home’ doesn’t end there. The track, which features Ty Dolla Sign, won ‘Best Collaboration’ at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards. They beat stiff competition from Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna and Drake, Ariana Grande and Lil Wayne, and Calvin Harris and Rihanna.
In October, the music video for the single reached a billion views on YouTube, becoming the group’s second video to achieve this feat. Their 2015 hit ‘Worth It’ reached a billion views back in the summer, making them the first girl group in history to achieve this milestone.
The Fifth Harmony girls recently completed a world tour in support of their second album 7/27. The album, including ‘Work From Home’ as its lead single, peaked at number six in the UK.
Whilst 7/27 was released back in May, the girls are continuing to promote it, with the release of their latest single ‘That’s My Girl’, which is still climbing the UK charts.
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