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Maroon 5 Still #1 On Billboard Hot 100
Posted by Joseph Lee on 10.10.2012

The war between Maroon 5 and PSY on the Billboard Hot 100 continues as "One More Night" is #1 for the fourth week, beating "Gangnam Style" by 700 chart points. Last week the same thing happened, with a smaller difference (500 overall chart points, the smallest difference since February 18). PSY vowed to perform the song "topless in a place where everyone can watch" if it hit #1. "Night" gains less than 1% in points while "Style" drops by 1%.

However, each song has a new #1 ranking, as "Night" is on top of the Radio Songs and "Style" is #1 on the On-Demand Songs. On radio, "Style" had 1.6 million more audience impressions than "Night", while Maroon 5's song is on top of the Hot 100 mostly thanks to the wide lead in airplay. "Night" had a 7% increase on Radio Songs to 125 million all-format audience impressions. Maroon 5 has now led the Radio Songs with its last three singles after not leading at all before last year. "Moves Like Jagger," featuring Christina Aguilera, was on top for seven weeks beginning last October and "Payphone," featuring Wiz Khalifa, stayed at #1 for six weeks beginning in July. "Style", meanwhile, climbs by 22% to 56 million, 23-16 on Radio Songs.

The more airplay for "Night" keeps it at the top even though "Style" is dominating streaming and sales. In fact, PSY has passed one million in downloads sold to date with its latest week. On the On-Demand Songs chart, "Style" climbs to #1 with a 28% gain to 1 million on-demand streams. "Night" drops 1-4 on On-Demand Songs with a 1% increase to 816,000 (its highest weekly total yet).

The two songs will likely battle it out next week as well. If "Style" can increase airplay and keep its lead on streaming, it could end up getting #1 after all.

One Direction get the highest debut with "Live While We're Young" taking #3. It climbed 57-52 (25 million, up 14%) on Radio Songs and 23-21 on Pop Songs.

Two songs from Taylor Swift's Red (out October 22) take up spots #5 and #6, with "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" dropped 4-5 and the title track debuting at #6. This is her 10th top ten debut on the Hot 100, increasing her record. It is the album's third top ten after "Together" (three weeks at #1) and "Begin Again" (debuted at #7, down to 52 this week). Another song from the album will hit the Hot 100 next week, with "I Knew You Were Trouble", which is #1 in the iTunes store.

The final debut this week in the top ten is Adele's "Skyfall", the title track from the 23rd James Bond film, at #8 It's Adele's first top ten debut. It's also #49 on Radio songs (26 million in its first five-and-a-half days of availability).

With "Live", "Red" and "Skyfall", the Hot 100 had three top ten debuts for the second time in 54 years. The second time was the week of March 3 with Katy Perry's "Part of Me" at #1, followed by Nicki Minaj's "Starships" (No. 9) and Chris Brown's "Turn Up the Music."

1. Maroon 5 - "One More Night"
2. PSY - "Gangnam Style"
3. One Direction - "Live while We're Young"
4. Fun. - "Some Nights"
5. Taylor Swift- "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
6. Taylor Swift - "Red"
7. Justin Bieber (ft. Big Sean) - "As Long As You Love Me"
8. Adele - "Skyfall"
9. Pink - "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)"
10. Alex Clare - "Too Close"


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