Fifth Harmony is deserving of acknowledgment after the music video for their 2015 hit “Awesome,” including Kid Ink, outperformed 2 billion perspectives on YouTube.
The Cameron Duddy-coordinated visual, which debuted at the 2015 Kids’ Choice Awards, shows female strengthening and destroys the “young men’s club” environment of an office while breaking the discriminatory limitation for ladies all over the place.
The Balkan-propelled cadenced hybrid radio hit was delivered as the third and last single from the gathering’s presentation studio collection Reflection. “Awesome” crested at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and turned into their second-most noteworthy diagramming hit.
5H depicted the accomplishment of “Great” to Billboard at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards as “really inconceivable,” with Ally Brooke adding, “To consider how far we’ve come … it’s so mind boggling. We have the best fans on the planet. They support us. [There’s] such a lot of enthusiasm and love, so thank you, folks.”
Just a single other video from the young lady bunch has accomplished this achievement: The 2016 clasp for inadvertent COVID song of praise “Work From Home,” highlighting Ty Dolla $ign, as of now flaunts 2.4 billion YouTube sees.
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