Girl power and a little “work” seem to be the themes on the Billboard charts this week. As expected, Rihanna’s “Work” is holding down the number one spot, for the seventh week in a row.
In a less expected but much deserved move, Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” has taken a spot in Billboard’s Top 10 (moving from 12 to 10), which is the group’s first. On top of the song bringing Fifth Harmony their first Top 10, they are the first girl group to take a spot in the Top 10 this decade. The last song by a girl group to do the same was The Pussycat Dolls’ “When I Grow Up” in 2008. “When I Grow Up” peaked at number nine on Billboard charts.
With Ty Dolla $ign featured on Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home,” it’s his first time at Top 10 as well.
Fifth Harmony’s last hit, “Worth It” featuring Kid Ink, just missed the mark, peaking at number 12 in August 2015.