As previously reported, Maroon 5 spends a fifth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with "One More Night," fending off PSY's "Gangnam Style," which remains at No. 2 for a fourth frame. Plus, Ke$ha enters the top 10 with "Die Young" and Taylor Swift debuts in the region with her latest preview track from her forthcoming album "Red." What other songs scale the Hot 100 and other singles charts?
-- Rihanna: "Diamonds" shines, soaring 18-11 on the Billboard Hot 100. The lead single from her upcoming seventh studio set "Unapologetic," due Nov. 19, bullets at No. 9 on Hot Digital Songs (108,000 downloads sold, down 1%, according to Nielsen SoundScan); roars 28-15 on Hot 100 Airplay (56 million all-format audience impressions, up 31%, according to Nielsen BDS); and, enters On-Demand Songs at No. 35 (371,000 first-week on-demand streams, according to BDS).
-- Ne-Yo: The singer scores his 14th top 10 on Hot 100 Airplay, where "Let Me Love You (Until You Learn to Love Yourself)" surges 13-8 (79 million, up 22%). On the Hot 100, the track climbs 17-12.
-- Ellie Goulding: As her second album, "Halcyon," debuts at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 with 34,000 copies sold, "Lights," the title cut from her prior set (and available on the new release), claims top Digital Gainer honors on the Hot 100 (15-15) and rebounds 50-27 on Hot Digital Songs (50,000, up 44%). New single "Anything Could Happen," meanwhile, enters the BDS-based Mainstream Top 40 radio airplay chart at No. 34 and the Hot 100 at No. 75.
-- One Direction: Although it falls 1-11 on Hot Digital Songs (93,000, down 73%), and 3-21 on the Hot 100, in its second week, "Live While We're Young," the first single from the group's sophomore set, "Take Me Home," (due Nov. 13) charges 21-17 on Mainstream Top 40.
-- Bruno Mars: "Locked Out of Heaven," the lead single from "Unorthodox Jukebox "(Dec. 11), lifts 34-33 on the Hot 100 with top Airplay Gainer accolades. It vaults 54-35 on Hot 100 Airplay (39 million, up 68%).
-- The Rolling Stones: The iconic foursome storms Hot Rock Songs at No. 30 with "Doom and Gloom," a new song to be released on the group's 50th anniversary hits package, "GRRR!" (Nov. 12). The track enters Rock Digital Songs at No. 17 (18,000 downloads sold) and Rock Airplay at No. 50 (1 million in first-week audience).
-- Frank Ocean: The crooner's "Thinkin Bout You" continues to make waves, this time on the Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop airplay tally, as it completes the longest climb to the top 10 in the chart's 19-year history; it skips 12-10 in its 25th week. After lingering in the 30s from April to July, the song fell off the list before re-entering in August. The record for the longest climb formerly belonged to Kirko Bangz, whose "Drank in My Cup" took 23 weeks to crack the upper tier (March 31).