Maroon 5 Scores 7th No. 1 Adult Pop Songs Chart Single with 'Daylight'

Adam Levine performing on the Overexposed Tour in Kansas City

Maroon 5 scored their seventh No. 1 single on the Adult Pop Songs chart this week with their pop rock-esque hit single "Daylight" from the album 'Overexposed.' The Max Martin produced track makes it Maroon 5's fourth number-one single on the chart in a row. The record began in 2011 when the band dropped their dance pop and disco song "Moves Like Jagger", featuring Christina Aguilera, and jumped 4-1 on the the tally in October 2011. "Daylight" also makes it the band's 14th top ten single on the chart overall, making them tied with adult pop veterans The Goo Goo Dolls. 

Along with Maroon 5's success this week on the chart's, the band is official halfway through their North American Overexposed Tour in support of their fourth studio album 'Overexposed.' They played in Seattle, Washington two evenings ago and are set to perform tomorrow night at the Staples Center in Las Angeles, California. It could be their biggest how on the long stretched tour yet. 

Maroon 5's new single "Daylight" also is slowly moving back in to the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with each passing week. This week the single moves up 14-12 on the chart. On other chart notes, "Daylight" moves up 5-3 on the Billboard Radio Songs chart meeting its new peak, stays put at No. 14 on the Digital Songs chart, slides up 5-4 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart also meeting its new peak position, and as mentioned earlier "Daylight" jumps 3-1 on the Adult Pop Songs chart, marking the band's 7th No. 1 on the tally.

The band's former 9 week No. 1 single "One More Night" continues it's down-whirling descend on the Billboard charts. The pop reggae track falls 35-36 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. On other chart notes, the single falls to No. 36 on the On-Demand Songs chart, descends 17-21 on the Radio Songs chart, and falls 4-6 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart. 

On the other Billboard charts, "She Will Be Loved" finds itself re-entering the Top Rock Songs chart this week debuting at No. 39 on the tally. Recently, Billboard updated their formula on it's charts by tossing digital and catalog data in the mix. "Loved" re-enters on the Rock Songs chart for the first time in over 7 years. On the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart, the band's 4th CD 'Overexposed' moves up 33-29 on the chart and falls 18-20 on the Digital Albums chart. The album has kept a steady ranking in the iTunes Top 10 Albums chart.

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