Pop group Fifth Harmony's latest single "Bo$$" debuted on Billboard's Hot 100 chart this week. The empowering track entered the chart at no. 43, Billboard reported on Thursday (July 17). This marks Fifth Harmony's highest charting track on Billboard since last year's "Miss Movin' On."
"Bo$$" is the lead single from Fifth Harmony's forthcoming debut album. The ladies of 5H - Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello, and Dinah Jane Hansen - sidestepped the pure pop of their debut EP "Better Together" for booming hip-hop beats on "Bo$$." They make their declaration of independence as women who can make a living for themselves. "Working for my money 'cause that's what my momma taught me / So yo a** better show me some respect," the members sing in solidarity.
Fifth Harmony finished in third place during season two of FOX's now-defunct series "The X Factor" U.S. The group made history among the alumni on the show when it nabbed the highest charting single on Billboard's Hot 100 last year with "Miss Movin' On." The single peaked at no. 76, which at the time was the furthest any contestant from "The X Factor" U.S. reached on the weekly singles chart.
"Bo$$" easily outpaced "Miss Movin' On" on Billboard's Hot 100 this week when the former debuted at no. 43. This marks Fifth Harmony's second entry on the chart as well as the group's highest charting track. The ladies broke their own "The X Factor" U.S. record with "Bo$$" now claiming the highest peak on the Hot 100 chart among show alumni. Fifth Harmony continues its streak as the most successful act to emerge from former FOX singing competition.
Fifth Harmony's "Bo$$" single is now available on iTunes. The group's debut album is expected to be released later this year.