As a member of Fifth Harmony (from 2012 until this past December), Cabello charted seven Pop Songs entries, including "Work From Home" (featuring Ty Dolla $ign), which led for two weeks in June 2016.
Cabello, thus, joins an elite troop of artists who've topped Pop Songs (which launched in 1992) both as a soloist and as part of a group. See Cabello's fellow group-to-solo successes below.
Justin Timberlake (eight Pop Songs No. 1s) / *NSYNC (two)
Beyonce (six) and Kelly Rowland (one) / Destiny's Child (two)
Adam Levine (two) / Maroon 5 (nine)
Gwen Stefani (two) / No Doubt (three)
Fergie (one) / The Black Eyed Peas (three)
Wyclef Jean (one) / Fugees (one)
Nate Ruess (one) / fun. (one)
Rob Thomas (one) / matchbox twenty (one)
Also for "Bad Things" on Pop Songs: It reigns more than 17 years after the song that originally provided its chorus hit No. 8 on the chart: Fastball's "Out of My Head."
All charts will update tomorrow (Feb. 7) on Billboard.com.