Among national airplay charts, the song landed in the top five in both the Mainstream Top 40 and the Hot Dance Airplay.
This latter view of the song is highlighted in its music video.
while the second verse is sung by Camila Cabello who delivers the song's most suggestive lines, "Come harder just because/I don't like it, like it too soft/I like it a little rough/Not too much, but maybe just enough." "Worth It" received mixed reviews from music critics, receiving praise for its catchy rhythm and attitude but was criticized for sounding similar to Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty".
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The song impacted American rhythmic crossover radio on March 2, 2015 as the third and final single from the group's debut studio album, Reflection (2015). Eriksen and Tor Erik Hermansen, "Worth It" is mainly a dance-pop & R&B song that incorporates elements of hip hop and a strong use of Balkan music in its production, the trademark of its producer and songwriter, Ori Kaplan.
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.
It continued to rise in positions, two spots then six spots to a peak at number 44 for the week of June 6, 2015.
The following week, the song continued its rise, jumping 13 spots to number 21.
The song became a sleeper hit, reaching the top twenty and peaking at number 12 after charting for twenty four weeks.
It was the group's highest charting single at the time, outperforming the previous peak that their past single, "Sledgehammer" attained.
In a review for their debut album, Reflection (2015), Meaghan Garvey of Pitchfork commented that the song is an "exhaustive exquisite corpse of practically every radio hit of the last year and a half" and criticizes the "wholly unremarkable rap verse" performed by Kid Ink.