Maroon 5 Moves Up on Radio Songs Chart
Maroon 5's single "Daylight" starts descending on the chart, "Love Somebody" predicted to chart next week
Maroon 5's hit single "Daylight" is slowly starting to fade from the top of the charts. Three weeks ago, the Max Martin produced track topped the Billboard Pop Songs and the Adult Pop Songs charts. "Daylight" has only peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and is only gaining recognition on more adult contemporary radio stations. Meanwhile, Maroon 5's upcoming summer hit "Love Somebody" is predicted to chart next week on the Hot 100. The single gained 7.3% of an audience impression this week on top 40 radio hits (while "Daylight" fell 13.5% this past week).
On other chart notes, "Daylight" descends a spot 17-18 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, moves up 7-6 on the Radio Songs chart, falls off the top 40 on the Digital Songs chart, stays put at No. 7 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart, jumps up 8-6 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart, and stays put at No. 3 on the Adult Pop Songs chart.
Maroon 5's former No. 1 hit single "One More Night" falls 60-66 this week on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. On other chart notes, "Night" falls 41-42 on the Radio Songs chart.
Over on the Billboard 200 albums chart, Maroon 5 fourth studio album Overexposed, released last June, falls also this week from Nos. 38 - 40. Maroon 5's 2005 hit single "She Will Be Loved" is still found at No. 35 on the Rock Digital Songs chart.
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By the way,
Congratulations to Chicago punk rock band Fall Out Boy for scoring their second No. 1 album this week with their comeback album Save Rock and Roll. The album sold over 150,000 copies in the past week of its release and surpassed Kid Cudi on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart. You can purchase their new album on iTunes store right now by just clicking here!