Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It” Reaches Top 50 on Hot 100, Hits Digital Songs Peak

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After soaring to a peak of #58 on last week’s Hot 100, Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It” enjoys another big gain on this week’s edition of the all-encompassing Billboard chart.

The song, which features Kid Ink, vaults seventeen places to a new high of #41 on the chart. In reaching that point, “Worth it” becomes the group’s third straight Top 50 single–and its second-highest-charting effort yet.

“Sledgehammer,” its most immediate predecessor, went as high as #40 on the Hot 100. Lead “Reflection” single “Bo$$” peaked at #43.

Prior to the “Reflection” era, 5H sent single “Miss Movin’ On” to #76 on the chart.

In conjunction with its rise on the Hot 100, “Worth It” also surges to a peak on the Digital Songs subchart. Up nineteen places, the song grabs the #24 spot on this week’s breakdown.

Benefiting from the release of its music video, the song meanwhile makes its first appearance within the streaming top 50. “Worth It” earns #47 on the Streaming Songs subchart.

Written by Brian Cantor

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