Maroon 5 Tops Pop, Radio & Hot 100 Songs Chart, 'Jagger' Makes Comeback

Maroon 5 Takes Up Pop, Radio & Hot 100 Songs Charts, Topping Them All



It's been neck and neck between pop rock band Maroon 5 and Korean rapper Psy for the past four weeks as the reggae chart topper "One More Night" and the international crossover dance hit "Gangnam Style" fight for the top spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, and it looks like Maroon 5 isn't backing down! "Night" withstands yet another week at number-one on the Hot 100 chart, being it's fifth consecutive week. "Style" spends it's sixth week on the tally and it's third week in a row stuck at No. 2.

Maroon 5's "One More Night" is officially Maroon 5's longest running number-one hit single in their career. The Max Martin-produced track another week atop the Billboard Pop Songs and Radio Songs charts for a third week consecutively. On other chart notes, "Night" moves up a slot from 4-3 on the On-Demand Songs chart, stays put at No. 22 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart, leaps 30-22 on the Latin Pop Songs chart, jumps 91-47 on the Japan Hot 100 songs chart, climbs to its' new peak on the Adult Pop Songs chart at No. 1, and moves up two spots from 7-5 on the YouTube chart. Maroon 5 first topped the YouTube chart back in November of 2011 with their music video "Moves Like Jagger", featuring Christina Aguilera, being their only chart topper on that chart thus far. Right now, the current No. 1 song on the chart is PSY's "Gangnam Style."

Just to check up on "Moves Like Jagger", we'll give you a little bit of how it's doing on the charts this week. It's been over a year since the song's release and approximation a year since "Jagger" topped the chart for a second non-consecutive week. The Christina Aguilera-assisted single moves up 74-66 on the Billboard Digital Songs chart, gaining recognition from the Samsung Touch Pad commercial, and stays put at No. 21 on the Myspace Audio chart.

Maroon 5's fourth studio album, Overexposed has been on the Billboard 200 albums chart for 16 weeks now when it first debuted at No. 2 on the chart, falling short behind Linkin Park's Living Things. This week, the album jumps from 21-18 on the chart. On other chart notes, it moves up 24-18 on the Canadian Albums chart and 21-16 on the Digital Albums chart.

For more on Maroon 5's chart success this week you can click here:
http://www.billboard.com/charts/hot-100#/artist/maroon-5/486079

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