Can't Leave 'em Alone - Chart Performance

Chart Performance

"Can't Leave 'em Alone" was a moderate success in the US. Six weeks after its official release, "Can't Leave 'em Alone" debuted at ninety on the Billboard Hot 100. The song climbed Billboard charts slowly with moderate airplay and digital sales. It peaked at forty. It peaked at twenty-four on the Hot 100 Airplay. It became Ciara's tenth top ten single on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart and peaked in the top twenty of the Rhythmic Top 40. The single was never sent to mainstream radio formats and failed to chart on the Pop 100. Despite its lackluster performance at radio, the single sold well digitally and was eventually certified Gold.

In international markets, "Can't Leave 'em Alone" debuted at number forty and peaked at four, becoming Ciara's fifth top ten single in New Zealand. The song failed to chart in the United Kingdom, reaching a disappointing number 115. The single peaked at low positions in China, Germany, and Poland.

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