Maroon 5 Enters Top 10 on Adult Contemporary Chart with "Daylight"
Maroon 5's "Daylight" slides in to the top ten on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Songs chart
Pop rock band Maroon 5 has successfully slid up in to the top 10 on the Billboard Contemporary Songs chart as their hit single "Daylight" moves up 11-8 on the tally. The band's 2012 No. 1 hit single "One More Night" had just recently left the top 10 on the contemporary chart two weeks ago. Looks like it's being replaced. "Night" stays put at No. 13 this week on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart.
Maroon 5's hit single "Daylight" descends 14-17 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart this week as new debutes and re-entries charted on the tally this week such as Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Can't Hold Us", fun.'s "Carry On", and country duo Florida Georgia Line and Nelly's single "Cruise" slid in to the top 10 ahead of "Daylight." On other chart notes, "Daylight" falls 26-34 on the Billboard Digital Songs chart, slips down 5-7 on the Radio Songs chart, also slips two spots from Nos. 3-5 on the Pop Songs chart, and stays put at No. 3 on the Adult Pop Songs chart ("Daylight" had topped the Adult Pop Songs chart last month).
"One More Night" charts this week on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart at No. 60 after falling from No. 51. On other chart notes, "Night" continues it's fall on the charts as it descends 34-41 on the Billboard Radio Songs chart, and stays put at No. 13 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart. "Daylight" now makes an impression in the top 10 on the Adult contemporary Songs chart as "Night" recently left.
Maroon 5's Grammy-nominated album Overexposed charts this week on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart at No. 38 after falling from No. 27.
The band's next single "Love Somebody" is already making impression on international charts, as over on the Official U.K. Singles chart it debuted last week at No. 89 on the tally. "Love Somebody" has been announced officially last week to become Maroon 5's next (and possibly final) single off the album.
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