Fifth Harmony's "Bo$$" instantly becomes the group's highest-charting release with a Top 50 debut in the Hot 100.

Fueled by solid sales interest on iTunes, Fifth Harmony’s new single “Bo$$” debuts at #43 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

The song instantly tops “Miss Movin’ On” as the girl group’s most successful single on the Hot 100. That song, which emerged as a Top 30 hit at pop radio, peaked at #76 on the Hot 100.

Beyond “Bo$$” and Florida Georgia Line’s “Dirt” (#11), other debuts included:

— John Legend’s “You & I (Nobody in the World)” at #66.

— Colbie Callait’s “Try” at #69.

— Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” at #84.

— Echosmith’s “Cool Kids” at #87.

— Migos’ “Fight Night” at #95.

— Eli Young Band’s “Dust” at #98.

— Frankie Ballard’s “Sunshine & Whiskey” at #100.