Fifth Harmony’s latest single “Work From Home” featuring Ty Dolla $ign made a huge move entering the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. 

According to Billboard, “Work From Home” moved from 12-10 this week, being the only single from a girl group this decade to enter the mix. The last single which reached that far came from The Pussycat Dolls in 2008 with “When I Grow Up.” Fifth Harmony tweeted their excitement, saying, “This was a dream of ours for so long.”

The 5H members also tweeted from their own personal accounts, thanking both Billboard and their fans. Dinah Jane tweeted, “History is being made & it's all because of You & you & you & you ! Thank you to the ILLEST fans on the planet.” 

“Work From Home” will appear on 5H’s sophomore studio album 7/27, which is a celebratory date of when the group formed on The X Factor. Following their debut release Reflections, 7/27 will be available May 20. 

Revisit the “Work From Home” music video above and check out Fifth Harmony’s 8 key influences and why 2015 was their breakout year.