In the third week of the Billboard Hot 100's new mix to the chart including streams and digital aspects, Maroon 5 stands in the middle of the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. "Daylight" stays put at No. 14 on the chart. Meanwhile, the band's former 9 week No. 1 hit single "One More Night" falls 33-35 (with 26% audience impression) this week.
On other chart notes, Maroon 5's new single "Daylight" is climbing up the charts. Over on the Billboard Radio Songs chart, "Daylight" meets it's new peak moving up 6-5 on the tally, becoming the band's seventh top 5 hit on the chart. On the Billboard On-Demand Songs chart, the single moves up a spot from 44-43, stays at No. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, jumps 16-14 on the Digital Songs chart, also is a non-mover at No. 5 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart, and slides up 6-4 on the Adult Pop Songs chart.
Maroon 5's No. 1 single "One More Night" slowly seems to be falling down the charts. Over on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart "Night falls 33-35 on the tally. On other chart notes, descends 32-33 on the On-Demand Songs chart, stays a hold at No. 17 on the Radio Songs chart, descends 32-37 on the Streaming Songs chart (basically a duplicate of the new and "improved" Hot 100), stays put at No. 3 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart, and falls 16-19 on the Adult Pop Songs chart.
The L.A-based band's fourth album Overexposed 21-33 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart.
Maroon 5 is on this year's Billboard Hot 100 March Madness ballot twice this week. This week, the band's Wiz Khalifa assisted "Payphone" single is up against Taylor Swift's "I Knew You Were Trouble" and "One More Night" is up against Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj's "Beauty And a Beat." Make sure you vote for them BOTH before Mon, Mar. 11th on the second round!
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