Fifth Harmony’s “7/27” Album, “All In My Head” Single Earn Gold Certifications In US

Fifth Harmony [Bell/Much]

In addition to a triple platinum honor for “Work From Home,” September 6 brought a pair of gold certifications for Fifth Harmony.

The group’s “7/27” went gold under the RIAA’s album program, while “All In My Head (Flex) (featuring Fetty Wap)” went gold as a single.

Both confirm US unit totals of at least 500,000. Album units are equal to 1 album sale, 10 track sales or 1500 track streams. Single units are equal to 1 paid download or 150 streams.

“7/27” is Fifth Harmony’s second straight gold album.

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