Moves like Jagger

"Moves like Jagger" is a song by American band Maroon 5 featuring singer Christina Aguilera. It was released by A&M Octone Records on June 21, 2011, as the fourth and final single from the re-release of the group's third studio album Hands All Over (2010). The song was written by Adam Levine, Ammar Malik, Benjamin Levin, and Shellback; the latter two are also the producers. "Moves like Jagger" is a disco and electropop song and is backed by synths and electronic drums. The lyrics refer to a male bragging about his ability to sexually arouse his love interest, which he compares to those of Mick Jagger, lead singer of The Rolling Stones, who is well known for his energetic live performances.

"Moves like Jagger"
Maroon 5 Moves Like Jagger cover.png
Single by Maroon 5 featuring Christina Aguilera
from the album Hands All Over
ReleasedJune 21, 2011 (2011-06-21)
RecordedMay 2011
Los Angeles, California[1]
Genre
Length3:21
LabelA&M Octone
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
  • Shellback
  • Benny Blanco
Maroon 5 singles chronology
"Never Gonna Leave This Bed"
(2011)
"Moves like Jagger"
(2011)
"Payphone"
(2012)
Christina Aguilera singles chronology
"Show Me How You Burlesque"
(2010)
"Moves like Jagger"
(2011)
"Your Body"
(2012)
Audio sample
"Moves Like Jagger"
Music video
"Moves like Jagger" on YouTube

"Moves like Jagger" was well received by music critics, who praised the song's chorus. Praise also went to the vocals of Levine and Aguilera, with critics pointing out solid chemistry between the two. Likewise, the song was a commercial success, going on to top the charts in over 18 countries. In the United States, "Moves like Jagger" became the band's second (after 2007's "Makes Me Wonder") and Aguilera's fifth number-one single and is among the best-selling singles of all time. The song also made Aguilera the second female artist to score a number-one hit in the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s (the first being Britney Spears), which in turn made her the fifth female to score number-one singles in three different decades, after Janet Jackson, Madonna, Spears and Cher. Internationally, it was the ninth-best-selling digital single of 2011 with sales of 7 million copies.[2]

The music video was directed by Jonas Åkerlund. The video features old video footage of Jagger and his iconic dance moves. "Moves like Jagger" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 54th Grammy Awards but lost to "Body and Soul" by Tony Bennett and Amy Winehouse. The song was first performed in June 2011 on an episode of The Voice (where Levine and Aguilera both served as coaches).

Background and compositionEdit

"Moves like Jagger" was written and produced by Benjamin Levin and Shellback, while additional writing was done by Adam Levine.[3] When asked about the song, Levine said, "It was one of those songs that was definitely a risk; it's a bold statement. We've never really released a song like that. But it's exciting to do something different, do something new. I'm just happy everyone likes it."[4] "Moves like Jagger" is a disco and electropop song.[5][6] It features a "throbbing" synth, fast-paced beat and electronic drums.[6][7] Robbie Daw from Idolator wrote that "Moves like Jagger" slightly echoes The Rolling Stones' chart-topping 1978 classic "Miss You", and added that "Levine's voice is distorted via Auto-Tune on the chorus."[6] The song is introduced by a whistle melody and light, funky guitar in the key of B minor with a tempo of 128 beats per minute. Levine tries his best to impress his female interest with dance moves like The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger: "I don't need to try to control you / Look into my eyes and I'll own you / With the moves like Jagger / I got the moves like Jagger / I got the moves like Jagger."[8] Aguilera appears midway through the song's bridge, playing her role as a tease: "You want to know how to make me smile / Take control, own me just for the night / But if I share my secret / You gonna have to keep it / Nobody else can see this."[1]

Critical receptionEdit

"An infectious whistle melody kicks things off with light, funky guitar and we're on our way to a great summer song. Maroon 5's Adam Levine guides us into the song with a trademark blend of soulful and slightly aloof. Later the throaty sound of Christina Aguilera grounds "Moves like Jagger" making it all a near perfect summer of 2011 audio treat."

—Bill Lamb on his review for "Moves like Jagger" on About.com.[9]

Bill Lamb from About.com gave the song a positive review, giving the single four-and-a-half out of five stars.[9] Lamb wrote that, "The funky, whistle driven melody here is loose, light, and irresistibly funky. The punchy guest vocal from fellow judge Christina Aguilera is simply icing on the cake. There is a real vocal chemistry between Aguilera and Levine."[9] Lamb called the song an "outstanding summer song", writing that "It is light, danceable, and would sound great in the car with the top down."[9] Robbie Daw from Idolator wrote that "It takes a full two minutes and 15 seconds for Christina's soulful pipes to begin trilling on "Moves like Jagger." But once she does, she immediately steals the show."[6] Daw concluded by writing that "this is the best thing from either of these two in years."[6]

While naming the song "a contender for 2011's song of the summer", James Dinh from MTV Newsroom wrote that "Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera have turned their friendly rivalry on NBC's The Voice into some studio chemistry."[1] Robert Copsey wrote for Digital Spy: " "Take me by the tongue and I'll know you/ Kiss me till you're drunk and I'll show you," Ad insists over a funky, finger-clicking bassline and an irresistible whistle hook that immediately burrows deep into the recesses of your brain. "If I share my secret/ You're gonna have to keep it," Christina says on her short, sweet and perfectly formed cameo. We've already got your number, love, but our surprise is still 100% genuine."[10]

Jagger himself acknowledged the song in an interview, calling the concept "very flattering."[11]

Chart performanceEdit

 
The song made Aguilera only the second female artist to have a number-one single in the 1990s, 2000s and 2010s, along with Britney Spears.

On the issue dated July 9, 2011, "Moves like Jagger" debuted at number eight on the United States Billboard Hot 100,[12] and topped it in the week ending September 10, 2011, as the greatest airplay gainer for the third consecutive week. It spent 10 weeks in the top 3.[13] For Maroon 5, with prior top hits, this is the first time at the number-one position on the Hot 100 chart since their single "Makes Me Wonder" in 2007. For Aguilera, this is her fifth number-one position, her first since "Lady Marmalade" in 2001. Incidentally, Levine is the first artist to achieve both the number-one position on the Hot 100 as a member of a band and reach the top 10 as a solo artist in the same week.[14] "Moves like Jagger" made Aguilera the fourth female artist, behind Janet Jackson and Madonna (1980s, 1990s, and 2000s) and Britney Spears (1990s, 2000s, and 2010s), to top the Hot 100 in three decades, as well as the eighth artist overall. During the week of October 1, 2011, the song advanced to number one on the Hot 100 Airplay.[15] By March 2013, it had sold over 6 million digital copies in the United States.[16]

On August 1, 2011, "Moves like Jagger" reached number two on the Australian ARIA Charts, making it Aguilera's highest charting single since "Candyman" in 2007,[17] and held the runner-up spot for ten straight weeks. On the week of August 20, 2011, the song topped the Canadian Hot 100 chart, becoming the band's second number-one single and Aguilera's third number-one single, first in almost nine years (the last one was the 2002 hit "Beautiful").[18]

"Moves like Jagger" made its debut on the UK Singles Chart at number three and sold 56,000 copies on the issue dated August 21, 2011, becoming Maroon 5's 4th top 10 hit and Aguilera's 15th top 10 hit in the UK.[19] Starting at the issue date September 10, it peaked at number two for seven consecutive weeks, equaling the all-time UK record held by All-4-One's "I Swear"[20] for the longest stay at number two by a hit not to reach number one. On October 5, 2011, the song reached number one in the mid-week chart update but failed to reach the number-one spot the following Sunday due to the mid-week release of Rihanna's new single "We Found Love" which debuted at number one keeping "Moves like Jagger" away from the number-one position. Uniquely, in the first six of these weeks it was held off the top of the chart by six different number-one singles consecutively, each of which debuted directly ahead of it; this after having already been held at number three behind two different pairs of new entries in its first[21] two[22] weeks on the chart. As of week ending October 22, "Moves like Jagger" dropped two places to number 4, ending a seven-week run in the runner-up position.[23] After spending seven straight weeks at number two in the singles charts without ever managing to claim the number-one spot, it ironically peaked at number two in the year end chart of 2011's bestselling singles as well. It became the biggest-selling song not to peak at number one in 2012. As of September 2017, "Moves like Jagger" has sold 1,536,000 copies in the United Kingdom, in an uninterrupted 52-week run in the chart.[24]

Music videoEdit

BackgroundEdit

The music video for "Moves like Jagger" was directed by Jonas Åkerlund and filmed in the Los Angeles Theater, Los Angeles, California on July 8, 2011.[25] On July 9, Aguilera posted an image of herself from the video shoot via Twitter, saying, "Always great to see Jonas Akerlund. He created the perfect feel for the song. Expect a fun video."[26] The image showed Aguilera performing with a band in front of a background of the American flag.[26] Four shirtless images of Levine from the shoot were also released online the same day.[27] The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger made an appearance in the video "via archive footage".[25] The video features an incorrect, simplified version of the Union Flag as a backdrop for parts of the song. For Levine and his bandmates, the song and video are all about exposing a new generation to the rock legend. "We were lucky enough to get Mick's endorsement [for the video], as far as him giving us access to a bunch of different footage that's so cool," Levine told MTV News when they visited the video's set last month. "Not many people have seen [it], especially a newer generation of people that don't know so much about how incredible he was."[28] The music video premiered on August 8, 2011 on E!.[29][30] As of August 2020, the video received over 680 million views on YouTube.[31]

SynopsisEdit

 
Levine and Aguilera singing together in the music video.

The video opens with black-and-white footage of the theater, shots of work crews assembling lighting and equipment onstage and groups of extras getting into costume, warming up for a shoot. This is followed by classic footage of Jagger, during which Michael Parkinson asks The Rolling Stones frontman how long he plans to make music. "I don't know. I never thought I'd be doing it for two years even," a young Jagger says, as the opening whistles of the Maroon 5 song kick in, throughout which a slew of Jagger lookalikes are shown dancing up to a central microphone, interlaced with archival footage of Jagger himself and shots of band members James Valentine, Jesse Carmichael, Michael Madden and Matt Flynn. When Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine eventually appears, he is shirtless, tattooed and wearing tight black pants. The video is mostly a mash-up of people trying to move like Jagger, including Levine. When Aguilera makes her brief appearance, she is dressed for a retro look with mascara-heavy lashes and a floppy hat.[28]

ReceptionEdit

The Huffington Post commented "We weren't sure whether Levine and Aguilera would be able to bring it like Mick, but then again, no one can ever touch the original. The best they can do is try to imitate Jagger's greatness—and Levine and Aguilera do a pretty solid job of that."[32]

Live performancesEdit

 
Maroon 5 performing in concert in 2011

"Moves like Jagger" was performed for the first time with Aguilera on June 21, 2011, during The Voice, a talent competition show on which both she and Levine are coaches.[1] Maroon 5 performed this song without Aguilera on America's Got Talent on August 3, 2011 in the results show of the fourth week of the Hollywood performances[33] and the morning talk show The Today Show on August 5.[34] The band later performed this song on Hands All Over Tour (2011) and the 2011 Summer Tour. On September 8, 2011, the song was performed live at the NFL pre-show on Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin, before the start of the 2011 NFL season.[35]

The song was also played during the band's appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show (September 21) and Saturday Night Live (November 5).[36] On October 1, the band played the song at the Rock in Rio concert in Rio de Janeiro. In November 2011, Maroon 5 performed "Moves like Jagger" for the 2011 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show,[37] and the 2011 American Music Awards with Aguilera[38] (the latter two along with a live performance of Gym Class Heroes's "Stereo Hearts" featuring Levine). In June 2012, the band played with the song at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York, as part of the Live on Letterman concert series.[39]

On February 3, 2019, Maroon 5 performed the song for the Super Bowl LIII halftime show in Atlanta, Georgia.[40] On October 25, 2019, the band performed "Moves like Jagger" for a live concert at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.[41]

Track listingsEdit

Digital download[42]
No.TitleLength
1."Moves like Jagger" (featuring Christina Aguilera)3:21
German CD single[43]
No.TitleLength
1."Moves like Jagger" (featuring Christina Aguilera)3:21
2."Moves like Jagger" (featuring Christina Aguilera) (Soul Seekerz Radio Edit)3:25

ChartsEdit

Certifications and salesEdit

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[140] 11× Platinum 770,000^
Belgium (BEA)[141] Platinum 30,000*
Canada (Music Canada)[142] Diamond 800,000 
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[143] 2× Platinum 60,000^
Denmark (IFPI Denmark)[144]
Streaming
2× Platinum 200,000^
Finland (Musiikkituottajat)[145] Platinum 10,022[145]
Germany (BVMI)[146] 3× Gold 450,000^
Italy (FIMI)[147] 2× Platinum 60,000*
Japan (RIAJ)[148]
PC download
Gold 100,000*
New Zealand (RMNZ)[149] 3× Platinum 45,000*
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[150] Platinum 40,000^
Sweden (GLF)[151] 5× Platinum 200,000^
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[152] Platinum 30,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[153] 3× Platinum 1,900,000[24]
United States (RIAA)[154] 9× Platinum 9,000,000 

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
 sales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Organization Award Result
2012 Billboard Music Awards Top 100 Song Nominated
Top Streaming Song Nominated
Top Digital Song Nominated
Top Pop Song Nominated
Gaon Chart K-Pop Awards International Song of the Year Won
Grammy Awards Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Japan Best Group Video Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
MuchMusic Video Awards International Video of the Year - Group Nominated
Myx Music Awards Favorite International Video Nominated
Premios 40 Principales Best International Song Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Music: Single by a Group Nominated

Release historyEdit

Region Date Format Ref.
Canada June 21, 2011 Digital download [155]
United States [42]
Australia June 22, 2011 [156]
Denmark [157]
France [158]
Netherlands [159]
New Zealand [160]
Sweden [161]
Australia June 27, 2011 Contemporary hit radio [162]
United Kingdom August 14, 2011 Digital download [163]
Germany August 26, 2011 CD single [43]

RemixEdit

The song's official remix features both Aguilera and Pittsburgh-based rapper Mac Miller. It was first made available on September 29, 2011, via hip hop website HipHopDX.com, before being released officially via iTunes on October 4.[164] The remix remains largely unchanged from the original song, with Miller's two verses each coming at the beginning of the track and prior to Aguilera's refrain respectively.[165] Miller was asked to appear on the remix of "Moves like Jagger" by producer Benny Blanco, following consultation with Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine. The rapper later said that he hoped to be involved in an official music video for the track, but no such video was ever announced.[166]

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