For the talented girl group Fifth Harmony, success has come fast and shows no sign of slowing down. The ladies released “Work from Home,” the first single off their highly-anticipated sophomore album. Featuring rapper Ty Dolla Sign, the track exploded onto the charts and became the number one most added record at Top 40 Radio in just one day. Turn on just about any top hits radio station or playlist and you are sure to hear the beat of “Work from Home.” The track debuted with a sultry video filled with provocative dance moves and six-pack flaunting construction workers.
With the release of “Work from Home,” Fifth Harmony, made up of Ally, Normani, Dinah, Camila and Lauren are starting their #WorkAcrossAmerica radio takeover during which they will visit nearly 100 radio stations this week to promote their new music. The ladies are keeping fans up to date on their social media, allowing followers to see their stops and partake in the #WorkAcrossAmerica radio tour. The group can be followed on Snapchat (FifthHarmony), Twitter, Facebo