Jonas Brothers' 'Burnin' Up,' 'Year 3000' & More Surge in Streams & Sales After 'Sucker' Release

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Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas of Jonas Brothers visit Music Choice on March 1, 2019 in New York City. 

'Burnin' Up' gains by 357 percent to 5.2 million U.S. streams.

After the Jonas Brothers dropped their hotly anticipated comeback single "Sucker," which launches at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated March 16), the group saw its catalog increase in streams and sales.

As previously reported, "Sucker" soars in at No. 1 on both the Streaming Songs and Digital Song Sales charts with 43.7 million U.S. streams and 88,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music, in the week ending March 7.

Meanwhile, Jonas Brothers' "Burnin' Up," until this week their highest-charting single on the Hot 100 (No. 5 in 2008), bounds by 357 percent to 5.2 million streams and 297 percent to 4,000 downloads sold.

Next up is "Year 3000," the JoBros' debut Hot 100 entry (No. 31, 2007). It boasts gains of 356 percent to 3.8 million streams and 388 percent to 3,000 downloads sold.

Plus, 2007's "S.O.S." roars by 358 percent to 2.6 million U.S. streams and 268 percent to 2,000 sold and 2008's "Lovebug" is up 354 percent to 2.4 million streams and 362 percent to 1,000 sold.

Jonas Brothers' albums also saw a surge in activity. Third LP, A Little Bit Longer, which became the group's first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in 2008, earned 6,000 equivalent album units in the tracking week, a 291 percent burst.