Body Language (Jesse McCartney song)

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"Body Language"
Single by Jesse McCartney featuring T-Pain
from the album Departure: Recharged
Released September 8, 2009 (U.S. radio + Digital Download[1])
November 2, 2009 (Brazil)
Recorded 2008–2009
Length 3:39 (Album version)
3:42 (Single version)
Label Hollywood
Writer(s) Jesse McCartney, James Bunton, Corron Ty Cole
Producer(s) The Movement
Jesse McCartney singles chronology
"How Do You Sleep?"
"Body Language"
T-Pain singles chronology
"Money Round Here"
"Body Language"

"Body Language" is Jesse McCartney's fourth and final single from his album Departure and his second and final single from Departure: Recharged.


It has been officially announced by McCartney during his tour that this would be his next single during this summer as a follow up to the successful hit "Leavin'" which was released the previous summer as well as the previous singles, "It's Over" and "How Do You Sleep?". It was released as a remix featuring T-Pain.

Release and composition[edit]

The single version featuring T-Pain became available as a digital download on September 8, 2009. It was sent to U.S. radio on the same day.


  • "Body Language (without T-Pain)" – 3:39
  • "Body Language (feat. T-Pain)" – 3:42
  • Body Language (The Element Club - No Rap) 6:35
  • Body Language (The Element Club) [feat. T-Pain] 6:55
  • Body Language (The Bimbo Jones Dub) 6:40
  • Body Language (The Element Extended Radio Edit - No Rap) 4:53
  • Body Language (The Element Radio Edit) 4:34
  • Body Language (The Element Extended Radio Edit) [feat. T-Pain] 5:22
  • Body Language (DJ Mike Cruz Tribal Vox Mix [No Drop]) 8:31
  • Body Language (DJ Mike Cruz Tribal Vox (No Drop Mix)) 8:16
  • Body Language (DJ Mike Cruz Dubamental) 8:31
  • Body Language (DJ Mike Cruz Radio Edit) 4:31
  • Body Language (with T-Pain) (Video) - 3:50

Music video[edit]

The music video was released on September 8, 2009. The video shows 4 different shots: First- McCartney & T-Pain on the studio, recording the song. Second- McCartney performing the song on his show. Third- Shots of women walking on a beach. Fourth- Shots of McCartney on roller coasters and other rides at Six Flags in Maryland.

Charts performance[edit]

The song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart of September 19, 2009, at number 84.[2] On October 24, 2009, the song re-entered at number 71, and eventually peaked at number 35 on the chart.[3]


Chart (2009) Peak
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[4] 78
US Billboard Hot 100[5] 35
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[6] 23
US Dance Club Songs (Billboard)[7] 10


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