Though Syco/Epic’s Fifth Harmony won’t be flying up the charts with a new hit anytime soon, several of the group’s members are scaling the surveys with solo efforts. The most recent, a single from HITCO’s Dinah Jane, was released on Friday to good results. The Ty Dolla $ign and Marc E. Bassy-assisted “Bottled Up” leaped to #19 on iTunes here in the U.S., as it charted in 56 countries globally. Charging past 1.3 million streams on Spotify, it can be found on multiple New Music Friday playlists worldwide and additional R&B and pop lists like Hot Rhythmic and Singled Out. The song also has nearly 5,100 tags thus far on Shazam, as it starts its run at the Rhythmic radio format. Jane’s newest release comes at the same time that Camila Cabello and Normani are still slaying the charts: the former just issued a live version of her international hit “Havana”, which entered the all-genre list in 41 territories on iTunes, as her original version topped one billion streams on Spotify. Additionally, “Love Lies” by the latter and Right Hand/RCA’s Khalid holds in the top 30 on iTunes in the U.S., with a Spotify total that just passed 400 million plays. Will the melodic madness go on? It’s “Up” to you!
(Images courtesy of HITCO, Syco Entertainment and Epic Records)
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