In rising to #12 on last week’s Billboard Hot 100, “Work From Home (featuring Ty Dolla $ign)” did not simply return to its own peak on the chart.
It also tied Fifth Harmony’s career peak. Previously Fifth Harmony single “Worth It (featuring Kid Ink)” also reached a high of #12 during its tenure on the chart.
This week, “Work From Home” breaks the tie. It rises to #10 on the all-encompassing chart.
The gain comes thanks to another week of stellar sales, streaming, and radio activity; it fared particularly well in the former regards.
“Work From Home” is the lead single from Fifth Harmony’s “7/27.”