Body Language (Jesse McCartney song)

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"Body Language"
Jesse McCartney - Body Language (Official Single Art).jpg
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
Songwriter(s) Jesse McCartney, James Bunton, Corron Ty Cole
Producer(s) The Movement
Jesse McCartney singles chronology
"How Do You Sleep?"
"Body Language"
"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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