Moving on to the other genre charts, over on the Billboard Pop Songs chart, the payphone track 6-3, on the On-Demand Songs chart meets it's new peak moving 3-2, falls 9-10 on the Ringtone Chart, grooves up from 22-19 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart (of course the non-rap version), stands still at No. 3 on the Adult Pop Songs chart, enters the Alternative Songs chart at No. 47, and as for the YouTube Video Charts... is stands at No. 2.
The band's Benny Blanco and Max Martin-produced track "Moves Like Jagger", which topped the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for four consecutive weeks last fall, re-enters the Digital Songs chart at No. 66. The disco-thique tune also holds at No. 8 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart, and moves up 13-12 on the Myspace Audio charts. The group's third studio record, Hands All Over, charted at No. 92 this week after moving up two spots from No. 94 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Speaking of which, the band's fourth album Overexposed is set to drop June 26th on iTunes and in stores. What are your predictions of the album's debut on the Album charts? Do you think it'll debut at No. 1 like their 2007 album It Won't Be Soon Before Long? Maybe it will fall short at No. 2 like their 2010 record Hands All Over? Share with us on Twitter by answering @M5NewsRoom & follow us as well!
You can pre-order Overexposed on iTunes Store now: http://itunes.apple.com/us/preorder/overexposed-deluxe-edition/id517874766
Get the band's 10 year anniversary edition on their debut album Songs About Jane on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/songs-about-jane-10th-anniversary/id529609273
Buy the music video for the band's new single "Payphone" as well: http://itunes.apple.com/us/music-video/payphone/id526229780
ALSO, the band's second single "One More Night" comes out on Tuesday, June 19 on iTunes!