Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It” Officially Goes Top 5 at Pop Radio

Fifth Harmony [CR: ABC]

Already the biggest hit of Fifth Harmony’s career, “Worth It (featuring Kid Ink)” continues to add achievements to the girl group’s resume.

This week, it becomes the quintet’s first top five pop radio hit.

Spun ~12,462 times during the June 28-July 4 tracking week (+1,215), “Worth It” rises two places to a new peak of #5 on this week’s Mediabase pop airplay chart.

Prior to this week’s achievement, it represented Fifth Harmony’s first Top 10 and Top 15 pop radio entry. At the time the biggest hit of 5H’s career, previous single “Sledgehammer” peaked at #19.

“Worth It” is the week’s only new addition to pop radio’s Top 5. Taylor Swift’s smash “Bad Blood” again leads the chart.

Written by Brian Cantor

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