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The song marked the first top 20 single by a girl group in the United States since "Jai Ho!(You Are My Destiny)" by The Pussycat Dolls in 2009.The song was released on January 15, 2015 on streaming and download services but officially impacted American rhythmic crossover radio as a single on March 2, 2015.Originally intended for recording by rapper Kid Ink, who ended up collaborating on the song, the lyrics and melody were changed to fit a female perspective.After the song was presented to them by production team, Stargate, they changed part of the lyrics and bits "of the concept" to "fit our perspective." Lauren also shared similar sentiments saying that she "didn't think" the track would "make the album".In an interview with Billboard, music director David Armbrecht explained that the song is a "message of self-empowerment, which is made clear in its "triumphant "Give it to me, I'm worth it! The song speaks to women of "all demographics", he said, explaining that this can be applied to anyone in a "relationship" or "getting out of one" and it is likely that one can get "tired of the games" and deserve better, using the song to do just that."Worth It" takes its music from a variety of instrumentation, as a trap-inspired Roland TR-808, heavy bassline, handclaps and a saxophone as its foundation.Rick Florino, from Artistdirect, praised "Worth It", giving it a five out of five star rating, claiming the song has "an empowering refrain that's impossible to shake, especially when coupled with a slippery beat." Conversely, Music Times gave it a positive review stating 'the intense, creeping music of "Worth It" is matched with deep harmonies from 5H and personally positive lyrics".
It recorded 48,000 digital sales, a five percent slip from the previous week and a four percent increase at 3.6 million streams.
This occurred a week after a minor controversy, where the group was scheduled to perform the track on the Billboard Music Awards but instead presented an award, citing time issues with the rehearsal and production of the song.
Instead, they opted for a performance of the song at the season twenty finale of Dancing with the Stars.
It was accompanied by a music video directed by Cameron Duddy and filmed in a set that features the top floor of a business skyscraper.
It premiered at the 2015 Kid's Choice Awards and was released that same day on the group's Vevo channel.
The song became a sleeper hit, reaching the top twenty and peaking at number 12 after charting for twenty four weeks.