Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” Debuts as Pop’s #32 Song; James Bay, Nelly Also Reach Top 40

Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home (featuring Ty Dolla $ign),” which launched on the sixth day of the February 21-27 tracking week, generated enough airplay to rank as one of the pop radio format’s Top 40 songs.

With a tracking week spin count of 1,641, “Work From Home” takes #32 on this week’s Mediabase pop airplay chart.

An iHeartMedia launch day promotion, which provided “Work From Home” with hourly airplay on February 26, contributed heavily to the aforementioned spin count.

“Work From Home” is one of several additions to the weekly Top 40.

As previously reported, Taylor Swift’s “New Romantics” flies from #71 to #28, while Gwen Stefani’s “Make Me Like You” jumps from #42 to #30.

Also new to the Top 40 are James Bay’s “Let It Go” and Nelly’s “Die A Happy Man.”

Spun 1,273 times during the official tracking week (+860), “Let It Go” rises fourteen places to #38.

“Die A Happy Man” rises eleven places to #40 on the strength of its 978 weekly spins (+512).

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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