11/28/2012

Maroon 5 Single 'Daylight' Debuts on Adult Pop Songs Chart


Maroon 5's third single from their fourth album, Overexposed titled "Daylight" was released for mainstream radio on November 27th. Since the song hit radio it debuted on the Adult Pop Songs chart at No. 27 this week on the charts. However, since the song was recently dropped this week, it isn't aloud on the Billboard Hot 100 chart until the next sales week (Sun, Dec. 2). "Daylight" was also released on the same day of rapper 50 Cent's single "My Life", which features frontman and The Voice coach Adam Levine, and fellow Detroit artist Eminem. "Life"'s music video dropped yesterday as well on MTV News.

You can watch the music video for "My Life" by clicking here!

The Adam Levine-fronted group also had had a history of successful chart topping and top ten hits on the Adult Pop Songs chart. Maroon 5 has since scored 13 top ten singles on the Adult Pop Songs chart and having three singles in a row top the tally, making 6 overall No. 1's. The band's first appearance on the chart their 2002 single "Harder to Breathe", which bowed at No. 15 on the chart followed by the worldwide hit "This Love", which topped the Adult Pop Songs chart, scoring the band's first No. 1 on the tally.

The band's third single "She Will Be Loved" bowed at No. 1 on the chart in 2004, making an overall 2 topping hits thus far in two years. "Loved" also peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, just reaching "This Love"'s peak position of No. 5 as well. Following the two chart toppers, "Sunday Morning" was released and peaked at No. 4 on the Adult Pop Songs chart; counting approximetly  four top ten hits in a span of three years.

The band attempted a fifth single in 2005 from the band's debut album, Songs About Jane titled "Must Get Out", which failed to chart in the United States.

"Makes Me Wonder" was released from Maroon 5's second studio set, It Won't Be Soon Before Long, which dropped in May 2007, and bowed atop the Billboard Hot 100 becoming the band's first chart topper in the United States, however it only peaked at No. 2 on the Adult Pop Songs chart. "Wonder" topped charts in over nine countries. The group's following funk rock single "Wake Up Call" dropped in the summer of '07 and didn't receive much success on radio airplay, however peaked at No. 3 on the Adult Pop Songs chart. "Won't Go Home Without You" peaked at the same position of No. 3 just nineteen weeks after "Wake Up Call"'s top ten achievement. Maroon 5 remixed their fronting track "If I Never See Your Face Again", which featured pop singer Rihanna on the new version, causing the single to peak at No. 10 on the Adult Pop Songs chart barely making the top ten frame. Thus far, the Las Angeles-based band has scored eight top ten hits on the tally.

Maroon 5's Hands All Over album cover.
Along with the band's success on their second album, which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Maroon 5 released their third studio set Hands All Over, in the fall of 2010 which bowed at No. 2. The band dropped the lead single "Misery" which peaked at No. 1 on the Adult Pop Songs chart, making it the group's third No. 1 on the tally. "Give a Little More" copies "Never See Your Face"'s chart position peaking at No. 10. "Never Gonna Leave This Bed" jumped from 8-4 on the Adult Pop Songs chart, meeting it's peak in early 2011. The band's Christina Aguilera assisted dance pop single "Moves Like Jagger", which topped the Billboard Hot 100 for four non-consecutive weeks, peaked atop the Adult Pop Songs chart for as many as seven weeks in a row. That's the band's longest running single on the chart since "This Love" topped it in 2004.

Maroon 5's fourth album, Overexposed dropped on June 22, 2012, which served the lead single "Payphone", featuring Wiz Khalifa, and peaked at No. 1 on the Adult Pop Songs chart as well. The following reggae fused pop tune "One More Night" also is currently topping the chart as of Dec. 2.

Check back in tomorrow for Maroon 5's full chart data tomorrow on Billboard!

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