Shakira’s “Chantaje” Video Ranks No. 1 on YouTube’s Music Global Top 100

Shakira is this year’s YouTube music video sensation…

The 39-year-old Colombian superstar is closing the year as the No. 1 artist on YouTube’s Music Global Top 100.

Shakira

Shakira currently ranks No. 1 on the chart dated December 15 with the official music video for her new single “Chantaje” featuring Maluma with 57.6 million views during the period from December 9-15, a 17.8% increase over the previous week.

Shakira’s sultry clip also leads as the top video of the year with more than 268 million views (and counting).

But Shakira isn’t the only Latin artist to make the Top 10 for the week…

Ricky Martin ranks at No. 5 on the chart with the official music video for his single “Vente Pa’Ca,” featuring Maluma. The clip logged an additional 30.3 million views during the week.

Meanwhile, Daddy Yankee’s “Shaky Shaky” video comes in at No. 8 woth 29.6 million views during the week.

Further down the list: Carlos Vives and Shakira’s “La Bicicleta” video at No. 11, Bruno Mars’ “24K Magic” video at No. 13, J Balvin’s “Safari” video at No. 14, Zion & Lennox’s “Otra Vez” video featuring J Balvin at No. 15, Fifth Harmony’s “Work From Home” video at No. 17, and Maluma’s “Sin Contrato” video at No. 18.

Click here to see the entire list.

Gomez Scores Her First Career Win at the American Music Awards

It’s a special first for Selena Gomez

The 24-year-old Mexican American singer picked up her first-ever awards at Sunday night’s American Music Awards.

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Gomez, who had taken an extended break from the scene, returned to the spotlight just in time to beat out Adele and Rihanna in the Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock category.

But Gomez wasn’t the only Hispanic artist to leave the AMAs a winner…

Ally Brooke Hernandez, Lauren Jauregui and Camila Cabello and their fellow Fifth Harmony members also picked up their first AMA trophy on Sunday.

The all-girl group won the Collaboration of The Year prize for their single “Work From Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

Meanwhile, Enrique Iglesias picked up his third consecutive win in the Favorite Artist – Latin category.

With eight career wins, the 41-year-old Spanish singer-songwriter is the most awarded artist in the “Favorite Latin Artist” category.

Here’s a full list of winners:

Artist of the Year: Ariana Grande
New Artist of the Year: Zayn
Collaboration of The Year: Fifth Harmony featuring Ty Dolla $ign – “Work From Home”
Tour of the Year: Beyoncé
Video of the Year: Justin Bieber – “Sorry”
Favorite Male Artist – Pop/Rock: Justin Bieber
Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock: Selena Gomez
Favorite Duo Or Group – Pop/Rock: Twenty One Pilots
Favorite Album – Pop/Rock: Justin Bieber Purpose
Favorite Song – Pop/Rock: Justin Bieber – “Love Yourself”
Favorite Male Artist – Country: Blake Shelton
Favorite Female Artist – Country: Carrie Underwood
Favorite Duo Or Group – Country: Florida Georgia
Favorite Album – Country: Carrie Underwood Storyteller
Favorite Song – Country: Tim Mcgraw – “Humble And
Favorite Artist – Rap/Hip-Hop: Drake
Favorite Album – Rap/Hip-Hop: Drake, Views
Favorite Song – Rap/Hip-Hop: Drake – “Hotline Bling”
Favorite Male Artist – Soul/R&B: Chris Brown
Favorite Female Artist – Soul/R&B: Rihanna
Favorite Album – Soul/R&B: Rihanna Anti
Favorite Song – Soul/R&B: Rihanna Featuring Drake –
Favorite Artist – Alternative Rock: Twenty One Pilots
Favorite Artist – Adult Comtemporary: Adele
Favorite Artist – Latin: Enrique Iglesias
Favorite Artist – Contemporary Inspirational: Hillsong United
Favorite Artist – Electronic Dance Music (Edm): The Chainsmokers
Top Soundtrack: Purple Rain


Fifth Harmony Earns a Spot on Spotify’s 25 Under 25 List

Ally Brooke Hernandez, Lauren Jauregui and Camila Cabello are streaming sensations…

Spotify revealed its annual 25 Under 25 list, with the Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony members coming in as the highest-ranking Latin artist/act on the roster.

Fifth Harmony

The all-girl group ranks No. 8 on Spotify’s 25 Under 25 chart, with more than 16 million Spotify listeners stream Fifth Harmony’s singles each month. “Work From Home” has racked up more than half a billion listens and was playlist staple over the summer in the U.S. and UK, and current track “All In My Head (Flex),” featuring Fetty Wap, has made a strong impact since its release.

To determine the list, music experts at Spotify looked at a variety of factors such as the number of people listening to an artist each month on Spotify—which has more than 25 million listeners each month, as well artists with songs featured in Spotify’s top playlists and top-performing artists by genre.

“With so many young listeners on Spotify, it’s always fascinating to hone in on the peer artists they’re listening to and looking up to,” said Shanon Cook, Spotify’s digital trends expert in a statement.

Meanwhile, Maluma is the highest-ranking Latino on the list. The Colombian artist comes in at No. 12.

Maluma is one of the first artists featured on Spotify’s now-popular “Baila Reggaeton” playlist when it debuted three years ago. His hit song, “Borro Casette,” has been featured in “Baila Reggaeton” for a solid year. With more than 6 million monthly listeners, as well as collaborations with Ricky Martin and Shakira, Maluma has earned bragging rights as the world’s top urban Latin artist.

In addition, there are a couple of Latina mainstays on the list. Selena Gomez comes in at No. 18, while Demi Lovato makes the roster at No. 22.

Here’s Spotify’s 25 Under 25 list:

25. Daya
24. Cheat Codes
23. Rae Sremmurd
22. Demi Lovato
21. Nothing But Thieves
20. Halsey
19. Glass Animals
18. Selena Gomez
17. Desiigner
16. Joel Adams
15. DNCE
14. Kelsea Ballerini
13. Tory Lanez
12. Maluma
11. Zara Larsson
10. Flume
9. Hailee Steinfeld
8. Fifth Harmony
7. Charlie Puth
6. Alessia Cara
5. Justin Bieber
4. Martin Garrix
3. Chance the Rapper
2. Ariana Grande
1. Shawn Mendes

Fifth Harmony Wins Two Moonmen at the MTV Video Music Awards

It’s double the treble for Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello and Ally Brooke Hernandez

The Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony members won two Moonmen at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.

Fifth Harmony

The all-girl group took home the trophy for Best Collaboration for their hit single “Work from Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

Additionally, Fifth Harmony won Song of Summer for their single “All in My Head,” featuring Fetty Wap.

The X Factor finalists now have three career wins at the MTV VMAs. They’d previously won the award for Artist To Watch at the 2014 awards show.

Beyonce ruled the night with a show-stopping performance and more awards than any other artist at the show.

Here’s a look at the winners:

Video of the Year: “Formation,” Beyonce
Michael Jackson Vanguard Award: Rihanna
Best Hip-Hop video: “Hotline Bling,” Drake
Best Male Video: “This is What You Came For,” Calvin Harris
Best Female Video: “Hold Up,” Beyonce
Best New Artist: DNCE
Pop Video: “Formation,” Beyonce
Rock Video: “Heathens,” twenty one pilots
Electronic Video: “How Deep Is Your Love,” Calvin Harris & Disciples
Best Collaboration: “Work from Home,” Fifth Harmony featuring Ty Dolla $ign
Best Visual Effects: “Up&Up,” Coldplay
Best Editing: “Formation,” Beyonce
Best Cinematography: “Formation,” Beyonce
Best Choreography: “Formation,” Beyonce
Best Art Direction: “Blackstar,” David Bowie
Breakthrough Long Form Video: “Lemonade,” Beyonce
Song of Summer: “All in My Head,” Fifth Harmony featuring Fetty Wap

Gomez Takes Home Three Surfboards at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards

Selena Gomez is celebrating a quinceañera of sorts…

The 24-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actress was one of the big winners at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards, picking up three of the iconic surfboard trophies.

Selena Gomez

Gomez won in the Choice Female Artist, Choice Summer Music Star: Female and Choice Instagrammer categories, raising her overall Teen Choice Awards career haul to 15.

Gomez, currently on the road for her Revival Tour, sent in a video message thanking fans for her latest awards.

But Gomez wasn’t the only three-time winner…

Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello and Ally Brooke Hernandez and their fellow Fifth Harmony members also took home three surfboards, doubling their career haul to six TCAs.

The all-girl group won in the Social Media Queen, Choice Song from a Movie or TV Show for “I’m In Love with A Monster” from Hotel Transylvania 2, and Choice Summer Song for Fifth Harmony’s first-ever Top 10 hit “Work from Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

Demi Lovato, a 14-time TCA winner, picked up her first in a country category.

The 23-year-old part-Mexican American singer/actress won the award for Choice Country Song for “Without a Fight,” her collaboration with country star Brad Paisley.

Twin sisters Brie and Nikki Bella, best known as the Bella Twins, were named the winners in the Choice Female Athlete category.

Internet star and fashionista Bethany Mota took home the award for Choice Web Star: Fashion, while Once Upon a Time star Lana Parrilla was named Choice TV Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy.

Hosted by John Cena and Victoria Justice, the 2016 Teen Choice Awards were broadcast live on Fox.

Here’s the full list of winners:

MOVIES

Choice Movie: Action/Adventure (#ChoiceActionMovie)
“Deadpool”
Choice Movie Actor: Action/Adventure (#ChoiceActionMovieActor)
Dylan O’Brien, “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials”
Choice Movie Actress: Action/Adventure (#ChoiceActionMovieActress)
Shailene Woodley, “The Divergent Series: Allegiant”
Choice Movie: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiMovie)
“Captain America: Civil War”
Choice Movie Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiMovieActor)
Chris Evans, “Captain America: Civil War”
Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiMovieActress)
Jennifer Lawrence, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2”
Choice Movie: Drama (#ChoiceDramaMovie)
“Miracles from Heaven”
Choice Movie Actor: Drama (#ChoiceDramaMovieActor)
Leonardo DiCaprio, “The Revenant”
Choice Movie Actress: Drama (#ChoiceDramaMovieActress)
Jennifer Lawrence, “Joy”
Choice Movie: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyMovie)
“Ride Along 2”
Choice Movie Actor: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyMovieActor)
Zac Efron, “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising”
Choice Movie Actress: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyMovieActress)
Chloë Grace Moretz, “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising”
Choice Movie Villain (#ChoiceMovieVillain)
Adam Driver, “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens”
Choice Movie Scene Stealer (#ChoiceMovieSceneStealer)
Jena Malone, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2”
Choice Movie Breakout Star (#ChoiceMovieBreakoutStar)
Daisy Ridley, “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens”
Choice Movie Chemistry (#ChoiceMovieChemistry)
Thomas Brodie-Sangster & Dylan O’Brien, “Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials”
Choice Movie Liplock (#ChoiceMovieLiplock)
Jennifer Lawrence & Josh Hutcherson, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2”
Choice Movie Hissy Fit (#ChoiceMovieHissyFit)
Ryan Reynolds, “Deadpool”
Choice Summer Movie (#ChoiceSummerMovie)
“Finding Dory”
Choice Summer Movie Actor (#ChoiceSummerMovieActor)
Kevin Hart, “Central Intelligence”
Choice Summer Movie Actress (#ChoiceSummerMovieActress)
Ellen DeGeneres, “Finding Dory”
Choice AnTEENcipated Movie (#ChoiceAnTEENcipatedMovie)
“Suicide Squad”
Choice AnTEENcipated Movie Actor (#ChoiceAnTEENcipatedMovieActor)
Dylan O’Brien, “Deepwater Horizon”
Choice AnTEENcipated Movie Actress (#ChoiceAnTEENcipatedMovieActress)
Cara Delevingne, “Suicide Squad”

TELEVISION

Choice TV Show: Drama (#ChoiceDramaTVShow)
“Pretty Little Liars”
Choice TV Actor: Drama (#ChoiceDramaTVActor)
Ian Harding, “Pretty Little Liars”
Choice TV Actress: Drama (#ChoiceDramaTVActress)
Ashley Benson, “Pretty Little Liars”
Choice TV Show: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiTVShow)
“Once Upon a Time”
Choice TV Actor: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiTVActor)
Grant Gustin, “The Flash”
Choice TV Actress: Sci-Fi/Fantasy (#ChoiceSciFiTVActress)
Lana Parrilla, “Once Upon a Time”
Choice TV Show: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyTVShow)
“Fuller House”
Choice TV Actor: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyTVActor)
Ross Lynch, “Austin & Ally”
Choice TV Actress: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyTVActress)
Candace Cameron Bure, “Fuller House”
Choice TV: Animated Show (#ChoiceAnimatedTVShow)
“Family Guy”
Choice TV: Reality Show (#ChoiceRealityTVShow)
“Keeping Up with the Kardashians”
Choice TV Villain (#ChoiceTVVillain)
Janel Parrish, “Pretty Little Liars”
Choice TV: Scene Stealer (#ChoiceTVSceneStealer)
Sasha Pieterse, “Pretty Little Liars”
Choice TV: Breakout Star (#ChoiceTVBreakoutStar)
Matthew Daddario, “Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments”
Choice TV: Breakout Show (#ChoiceTVBreakoutShow)
“Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments”
Choice TV: Chemistry (#ChoiceTVChemistry)
Ashley Benson & Tyler Blackburn, “Pretty Little Liars”
Choice TV: Liplock (#ChoiceTVLiplock)
Jennifer Morrison & Colin O’Donoghue, “Once Upon A Time”
Choice Summer TV Show (#ChoiceSummerTVShow)
“Teen Wolf”
Choice Summer TV Actor (#ChoiceSummerTVActor)
Dylan O’Brien, “Teen Wolf”
Choice Summer TV Actress (#ChoiceSummerTVActress)
Shelley Hennig, “Teen Wolf”

MUSIC

Choice Male Artist (#ChoiceMaleArtist)
Justin Bieber
Choice Female Artist (#ChoiceFemaleArtist)
Selena Gomez
Choice Music Group: (#ChoiceMusicGroup)
One Direction
Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Artist (#ChoiceRBHipHopArtist)
Beyoncé
Choice Country Artist (#ChoiceCountryArtist)
Carrie Underwood
Choice Song: Female Artist (#ChoiceSongFemaleArtist)
Ariana Grande, “Dangerous Woman”
Choice Song: Male Artist (#ChoiceSongMaleArtist)
Justin Bieber, “Sorry”
Choice Song: Group (#ChoiceSongGroup)
One Direction, “Home”
Choice Country Song (#ChoiceCountrySong)
Brad Paisley feat. Demi Lovato, “Without a Fight”
Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song (#ChoiceRBHipHopSong)
Drake, “One Dance” (feat. Wizkid & Kyla)
Choice Rock Song (#ChoiceRockSong)
5 Seconds of Summer, “Jet Black Heart”
Choice Love Song (#ChoiceLoveSong)
One Direction, “Perfect”
Choice Break-Up Song (#ChoiceBreakupSong)
Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself”
Choice Party Song (#ChoicePartySong)
DNCE, “Cake by the Ocean”
Choice Song from a Movie or TV Show (#ChoiceMovieTVSong)
Fifth Harmony, “I’m In Love with A Monster” (“Hotel Transylvania 2”)
Choice Music Breakout Artist (#ChoiceMusicBreakoutArtist)
Zayn
Choice Music: Next Big Thing (#ChoiceMusicNextBigThing)
Hey Violet
Choice Summer Song (#ChoiceSummerSong)
Fifth Harmony, “Work from Home” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)
Choice Summer Music Star: Female (#ChoiceSummerMusicStarFemale)
Selena Gomez
Choice Summer Music Star: Male (#ChoiceSummerMusicStarMale)
Zayn
Choice Summer Music Star: Group (#ChoiceSummerMusicStarGroup)
5 Seconds of Summer
Choice Summer Tour (#ChoiceSummerTour)
5 Seconds of Summer, “Sounds Live Feels Live Tour”
Choice Music: International Artist (#ChoiceInternationalArtist)
Little Mix

WEB/DIGITAL

Choice Web Star: Female (#ChoiceFemaleWebStar)
Lilly Singh (“IISuperwomanII”)
Choice Web Star: Male (#ChoiceMaleWebStar)
Dolan Twins
Choice Web Star: Comedy (#ChoiceComedyWebStar)
Lilly Singh (“IISuperwomanII”)
Choice Web Star: Music (#ChoiceMusicWebStar)
Christina Grimmie
Choice Web Star: Fashion/Beauty (#ChoiceBeautyWebStar)
Bethany Mota
Social Media King (#SocialMediaKing)
Cameron Dallas
Social Media Queen (#SocialMediaQueen)
Fifth Harmony
Choice Twit (#ChoiceTwit)
Justin Bieber
Choice Viner (#ChoiceViner)
Lele Pons
Choice Instagrammer (#ChoiceInstagrammer)
Selena Gomez
Choice Snapchatter (#ChoiceSnapchatter)
Kylie Jenner
Choice YouTuber (#ChoiceYouTuber)
Dolan Twins
Choice Muser (#ChoiceMuser)
Baby Ariel
Choice Fandom (#ChoiceFandom)
One Direction, #Directioners

FASHION

Choice Female Hottie (#ChoiceFemaleHottie)
Kendall Jenner
Choice Male Hottie (#ChoiceMaleHottie)
Harry Styles
Choice Style: Male (#ChoiceStyleMale)
Nick Jonas
Choice Style: Female (#ChoiceStyleFemale)
Zendaya

SPORTS

Choice Male Athlete (#ChoiceMaleAthlete)
Stephen Curry
Choice Female Athlete (#ChoiceFemaleAthlete)
The Bella Twins
Choice Sports Team (#ChoiceSportsTeam)
U.S.A. 2016 Olympic Team

OTHER

Choice Comedian (#ChoiceComedian)
Ellen DeGeneres
Choice Selfie Taker (#ChoiceSelfieTaker)
Ariana Grande
Choice Dancer (#ChoiceDancer)
Maddie Ziegler
Choice Model (#ChoiceModel)
Kendall Jenner
Choice President (#ChoicePresident)
Hillary Clinton

Fifth Harmony Earns MTV Video Music Awards Nod for “Work From Home”

Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello and Ally Brooke Hernandez are over the Moon(man)

The Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony members have picked up their latest MTV Video Music Awards nomination, the third of their career.

Fifth Harmony

The all-girl group has been nominated in the Best Collaboration category for their first Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 singleWork From Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

FKA Twigs has picked up the latest MTV VMA nod of her career. The 28-year-old part-Spanish singer, songwriter, producer and dancer, one of the celebrities featured in Calvin Klein’s latest ad campaign, is recognized in the Best Choreography category for masterminding the choreography in her “M3LL155X” music video.

The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards will air live for the first time from New York’s Madison Square Garden on Sunday, August 28 at 9:00 pm ET.

Here’s the full list of nominees:

VIDEO OF THE YEAR
Adele – “Hello”
Beyoncé – “Formation”
Drake – “Hotline Bling”
Justin Bieber – “Sorry”
Kanye West – “Famous”

BEST FEMALE VIDEO
Adele – “Hello”
Beyoncé – “Hold Up”
Sia – “Cheap Thrills”
Ariana Grande – “Into You”
Rihanna ft. Drake – “Work” (short version)

BEST MALE VIDEO
Drake – “Hotline Bling”
Bryson Tiller – “Don’t”
Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna – “This Is What You Came For”
Kanye West – “Famous”
The Weeknd – “Can’t Feel My Face”

BEST COLLABORATION
Beyoncé ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Freedom”
Fifth Harmony ft. Ty Dolla $ign – “Work From Home”
Ariana Grande ft. Lil Wayne – “Let Me Love You”
Calvin Harris ft. Rihanna – “This Is What You Came For”
Rihanna ft. Drake – “Work” (short version)

BEST HIP HOP VIDEO
Drake – “Hotline Bling”
Desiigner – “Panda”
Bryson Tiller – “Don’t”
Chance The Rapper featuring Saba – “Angels”
2 Chainz – “Watch Out”

BEST POP VIDEO
Adele – “Hello”
Beyoncé – “Formation”
Justin Bieber – “Sorry”
Alessia Cara – “Wild Things”
Ariana Grande – “Into You”

BEST ROCK VIDEO
All Time Low – “Missing You”
Coldplay – “Adventure Of A Lifetime”
Fall Out Boy ft. Demi Lovato – “Irresistible”
twenty one pilots – “Heathens”
Panic! At The Disco – “Victorious”

BEST ELECTRONIC VIDEO
Calvin Harris & Disciples – “How Deep Is Your Love”
99 Souls ft. Destiny’s Child & Brandy – “The Girl Is Mine”
Mike Posner – “I Took A Pill In Ibiza”
Afrojack – “SummerThing!”
The Chainsmokers ft. Daya – “Don’t Let Me Down”

BREAKTHROUGH LONG FORM VIDEO
Florence + The Machine – The Odyssey
Beyoncé – Lemonade
Justin Bieber – PURPOSE: The Movement
Chris Brown – Royalty
Troye Sivan – Blue Neighbourhood Trilogy

BEST NEW ARTIST
Bryson Tiller
Desiigner
Zara Larsson
Lukas Graham
DNCE

PROFESSIONAL CATEGORIES

BEST ART DIRECTION
Beyoncé – “Hold Up”
Fergie – “M.I.L.F. $”
Production Designer: Alexander Delgado
Drake – “Hotline Bling”
David Bowie – “Blackstar”
Adele – “Hello”

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY
Beyoncé – “Formation”
Missy Elliott ft. Pharrell – “WTF (Where They From)”
Beyoncé – “Sorry”
FKA Twigs – “M3LL155X”
Choreographer: FKA Twigs
Florence + The Machine – “Delilah”

BEST DIRECTION
Beyoncé – “Formation”
Coldplay – “Up&Up”
Adele – “Hello”
David Bowie – “Lazarus”
Tame Impala – “The Less I Know The Better”

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
Beyoncé – “Formation”
Adele – “Hello”
David Bowie – “Lazarus”
Alesso – “I Wanna Know”
Ariana Grande – “Into You”

BEST EDITING
Beyoncé – “Formation”
Adele – “Hello”
Fergie – “M.I.L.F. $”
David Bowie – “Lazarus”
Ariana Grande – “Into You”

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS
Coldplay – “Up&Up”
FKA Twigs – “M3LL155X”
Adele – “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)”
The Weeknd – “Can’t Feel My Face”
Zayn – “PILLOWTALK”

Fifth Harmony Delays Release of “7/27” by a Week

Camila Cabello, Ally Brooke Hernandez and Lauren Jauregui are making you wait a week…

The Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony members took to Twitter on Friday to announce that their forthcoming album 7/27 will now be released on May 27, one week later than originally planned.

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“The number 27, as you guys have already probably figured out, is quite important to us. It means a lot of different things,” Jauregui says in the video. “And so to keep cohesive with the theme of 27, we have decided to push it one week to the 27th. One week will be nothing.”

Fifth Harmony released their debut album Reflection in 2015, which debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart.

The all-girl group’s latest single, “Work From Home,” the first single from 7/27, is Fifth Harmony’s first song to reach the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Fifth Harmony Earns Its First Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 Single with “Work From Home”

Ally Brooke Hernandez, Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui have worked their way to a special milestone.

The Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony bandmates have achieved their first top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with “Work From Home,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign.

Fifth Harmony

The song, the debut single from the all-girl group’s upcoming album 7/27, moved up 12-10 on the chart dated April 16 

With the advance, the quintet passes its prior best rank, first set when “Worth It,” featuring Kid Ink, reached No. 12 last August.

The group’s new single jumps 6-4 on Digital Songs (89,000, up 34 percent); 8-5 on Streaming Songs (14.4 million, up 20 percent); and 22-17 on Radio Songs (49 million, up 22 percent). The track, already a No. 1 on the Billboard + Twitter Trending 140, previews 5H‘s upcoming album 7/27, a nod to the date (in 2012) that the act formed on Fox’s The X Factor. The set arrives May 20 and follows the group’s debut full-length, 2015’s Reflection.

“Work From Home” additionally flies the flag for girl groups, becoming the first Hot 100 top 10 by a girl group this decade. The last such hit? The Pussycat Dolls‘ “When I Grow Up,” which became the act’s fourth and final top 10, reaching No. 9 back in July-August 2008.