Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” Officially Reaches Top 10 at Pop & Rhythmic Radio

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The lead single from Fifth Harmony’s “7/27” is officially a Top 10 hit at both pop and rhythmic radio.

Up one place, “Work From Home (featuring Ty Dolla $ign)” claims #10 on this week’s edition of the Mediabase pop airplay chart. It received ~10,932 spins during the April 10-16 tracking week, a count that bests last week’s mark by a substantial 1,078.

“Work From Home” follows “Reflection” single “Worth It (featuring Kid Ink)” in becoming 5H’s second Top 10 hit at pop radio. “Worth It” peaked at #4 in August 2015.

The new single concurrently becomes Fifth Harmony’s first Top 10 at the rhythmic format.

Spun ~3,396 times during the official tracking week (+454), “Work From Home” rises two places to #9 on this week’s rhythmic chart.

Fifth Harmony’s previous rhythmic peak came courtesy the aforementioned “Worth It,” which went as high as #17 during its run last year.

Written by Brian Cantor

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