Fifth Harmony‘s brand new cut ‘Work From Home’ is doing just that on the British charts.
Released to support the Urban Pop group’s second studio set, the single (which features the rapper Ty Dolla $ign) has impacted the Official Singles Chart‘s Top Five…without physical promotion from the ladies in the competitive market.Array
The sizzling number sits at #4 thanks to its heavily-rotated visual (inspired by Ciara’s ‘Work’?) pushed it 11 spots away from the #15 position it held last week, and arrived there after the ladies learned that their music has spent 12 weeks in the U.K’s Top Ten.
They aren’t the only noteworthy artists on the tally this week. For, despite dropping two places, Rihanna’s ‘Work‘ holds its Top Five spot following the launch of her new world tour.
The single, which features the rapper Drake, was released to push her new LP ‘ANTI‘ which is expected to move just over 9,000 units in the U.S. this week.