Fifth Harmony's 'Work From Home' Tops Pop Songs Chart

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Fifth Harmony in the video for "Work From Home."

The song, featuring Ty Dolla $ign, is 5H's first No. 1 on the top 40 radio airplay tally.

Fifth Harmony scores its first No. 1 on Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart (dated June 4), as "Work From Home" surges 4-1. Featured artist Ty Dolla $ign likewise earns his first leader on the list. The group and the rapper/singer performed the smash Sunday night (May 22) on the Billboard Music Awards, broadcast live on ABC.

5H previously reached a high of No. 4 on Pop Songs with its prior entry, "Worth It," featuring Kid Ink, last year. "Work" has already topped the Rhythmic Songs airplay chart (dated May 21), marking the group's first No. 1 on an airplay survey, and risen to No. 5 on the airplay/sales/streaming-based Billboard Hot 100, marking the quintet's first top five hit on the ranking.

Fifth Harmony at the Billboard Music Awards 2016 Red Carpet

Notably, "Work" is the first Pop Songs No. 1 by a girl group in nearly 10 years: since The Pussycat Dolls led for two weeks in September 2006 with "Buttons," featuring Snoop Dogg.

"Work" is from Fifth Harmony's second full-length 7/27, due Friday (May 27). The title is a nod to the date, in 2012, that the five formed as the act on The X Factor. "This is our rebirth," notes 5H's Lauren Jauregui in the group's Billboard cover story. "Also, 727 is a jet, and we're about to take flight, know what I mean?"

All charts will update tomorrow (May 24) on Billboard.com.