Fifth Harmony’s New Album Arrives; “Down,” “Don’t Say You Love Me,” “He Like That” Leading On US iTunes

“Down,” “Don’t Say You Love Me,” “He Like That,” and “Make You Mad” currently rank as the top-selling tracks.

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Fifth Harmony’s third album — and first since Camila Cabello’s departure — arrived on the US iTunes store late Thursday night.

It currently holds a Top 4 position on the store’s album sales chart.

While none is selling at a blistering pace, some of the individual tracks are finding their own buyers. Three are in the Top 200.

As of press time at 9:50AM ET Friday, lead radio single “Down (featuring Gucci Mane)” is predictably leading the way. It is #143 on the all-genre US song sales chart.

Currently #162, “Don’t Say You Love Me” is the leader among newly available tracks.

“He Like That” follows at #173; with a video coming out today, it is a particular candidate to move higher.

The highest-ranking track below the Top 200 is “Make You Mad.” The song is (approximately) positioned at #294.

“Angel,” which was recently released as an instant gratification track, holds #336. “Sauced Up” follows at #338.

Other positions are as follows:

399) Lonely Night
450) Bridges
629) Messy
757) Deliver

Written by Brian Cantor

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