Pop Songs: Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It” Goes Top 25; George Ezra, Sheppard Top 30

While Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It (featuring Kid Ink)” regresses to #32 on this week’s edition of the Billboard Rhythmic Songs chart, it rises to a new high–and hits a new checkpoint–on the Pop Songs chart.

Up two places, “Worth It” earns the #25 position on this week’s edition of the Billboard pop airplay chart. It follows “Sledgehammer” as the both the group’s second straight and second overall Top 25 hit on the Pop Songs chart.

“Sledgehammer” ended up peaking at #21.

The week’s 25th-most played song, “Worth It” received 2,856 weekly spins from the Nielsen/Billboard pop panel. That bests last week’s count by a healthy 542.

Its weekly audience impression count of 10.744 million also ranks as the panel’s 25th-greatest.

Technically one of two additions to this week’s Top 25, “Worth It” is the only song to settle for that achievement. Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again (featuring Charlie Puth),” the other song to pass the Top 25 market, flies fourteen places to a new high of #17 this week. Its new peak position comes courtesy a weekly spin count of 4,384 (+2,551).

No other song reaches this week’s Top 25, but three reach the Top 30:

— George Ezra’s “Budapest” rises five places to a new peak of #27.

— Sheppard’s “Geronimo” jumps four places to a new high of #29.

— Andy Grammer’s “Honey, I’m Good” enjoys a five position lift to a peak of #30.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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