Maroon 5's 'Jagger' Takes Dramatic Slip Off Charts

Maroon 5 hasn't had much movement on the charts in the recent months, but their 2011 number-one chart topper "Moves Like Jagger" took a rash plummet off the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. It was recorded, via Billboard Magazine, as the largest fall on the charts this year so far. The group is looking at success however with their single "Payphone." On the Digital Songs chart, "Jagger" fell 70-72, while the payphone-tune moved up a spot from 3-2. Over on the Hot 100, "Payphone" is at a standstill at No. 3, on the Pop Songs chart at No. 6, Radio Songs chart at No. 3, and stays at No. 3 on the On-Demand Songs chart. The band's third studio album Hands All Over falls 90-92 after falling 20+ spots last week on the Billboard 200 albums' chart. Over on the Canadian Hot 100 the "Payphone" track still takes the throne for a third week atop the chart. "Moves Like Jagger" fell 39-49 on Canada's singles' chart.

The band is looking at the big week coming up next week on the Billboard charts as the group's re-issue of their debut album Songs About Jane raises over 10,000+ digital sales via Maroon5's official website and iTunes Store. Their unreleased tracks "Chilly Winter", "Woman", and "Take What You Want" may not seem to pop on the charts, but the success breakthrough 2003 album may just peep on the Billboard 200.

You can pick up the Songs About Jane: 10 Year Anniversary Package on iTunes Store now:

Pre-order the band's fourth album Overexposed on iTunes Store as well:

Download the music video for the single "Payphone", featuring Wiz Khalifa, here:


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