It was already his highest-charting Hot 100 entry ever.
Andy Grammer’s “Honey, I’m Good” is now responsible for a new career milestone.
The song, which is now a top ten hit at adult pop/hot adult contemporary radio, rises eleven places to a new peak of #34 on the all-encompassing Billboard listing.
In reaching that new high, “Honey” continues to distance itself from the rest of Grammer’s releases. “Keep Your Head Up,” which previously represented Grammer’s biggest hit, went as high as #53. He also went to #84 with “Fine By Me.”
Not simply up on the overall Hot 100, “Honey” also soars to a new peak of #13 on the Digital Songs subchart.
— “Honey, I’m Good” is not the week’s only new addition to the Top 40. Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It (featuring Kid Ink),” which last week jumped into the Top 50, also joins the club.
Up two places, the song reaches a new peak of #39 on this week’s listing. In achieving that climb, “Worth It” becomes the highest-charting hit of Fifth Harmony’s career. It is the girl group’s second straight Top 40.
“Sledgehammer,” which previously held 5H’s high mark, peaked at #40 on the Hot 100. Previous single “Bo$$” went to #43, while debut single “Miss Movin’ On” found its summit at #76.
While “Worth It” slips two places to #49 on this week’s Digital Songs subchart, it jumps two spots to a new peak of #22 on Digital Songs. It is not yet charting on the 50-track Radio Songs listing, but it does reach a new peak of #27 on Billboard’s Pop Songs (pop airplay) chart. It holds at #29 on Rhythmic Songs (rhythmic airplay).