Pushin' Me Away

Album: A Little Bit Longer (2008)
Charted: 16
  • This hard-rocking song was legally downloaded 116,000 times in its first week of digital release, making the trio the first act ever to debut on the Hot Digital Songs chart with over 100,000 sells for three straight tracks. The brothers had previously pushed past the six digit mark with "Burning Up" (183,000 first-week copies) and "Play My Music " (109,000). All three debuts occurred within a space of five weeks.
  • This aptly titled song set the record for the biggest drop within the Hot 100 when this plummeted 73 places from 16 to 89 on the chart dated Aug. 8, 2008.

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