Turns out leaving Fifth Harmony was a smart move for Camila Cabello. The 20-year-old singer not only achieved the highest Billboard Hot 100 ranking of her solo efforts, but also includes all the singles released with Fifth Harmony.
“Havana” featuring Young Thug surges from No. 7 to No. 2 on this week’s chart. Cabello’s highest-charting solo single prior to “Havana” was her Machine Gun Kelly collabo “Bad Things” which peaked at No. 4. Also plateauing at No. 4 was Fifth Harmony’s biggest hit to date, “Work From Home.”
Love Fifth Harmony but I’m sure this isn’t sitting well with them. Despite having stellar songs on their self-titled album, their first without Cabello, none of the singles have done much damage on the charts. “Down” featuring Gucci Mane has fared the best and that only peaked at No. 42. Why “He Like That,” “Deliver” or the aforementioned “Down” haven’t become hits is somewhat surprising? Was Camilla 5H’s secret weapon?
Elsewhere on the chart, “Rockstar” from Post Malone feat. 21 Savage clocks its fourth straight week on top becoming the longest-reigning rap No. 1 of 2017. Check out the rest of this week’s Billboard’s Top 10 below.
Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 November 18th 2017 Countdown
- Camila Cabello Takes On Three Roles In ‘Havana’ Music Video
- Major Lazer, Camila Cabello, Quavo & Travis Scott Barely Appear In ‘Know No Better’ Music Video
- Fifth Harmony Reveal Why They Didn’t Change Their Name After Camila Left