As previously reported, The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face" returns for a second total week atop the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Sept. 12) and R. City's "Locked Away," featuring Adam Levine, leaps into the top 10, roaring 16-8.
Who else makes notable moves on the Hot 100 this week?
One Direction, "Drag Me Down"
After debuting on the Hot 100 at No. 3 three weeks ago, with monstrous first-week sales of 350,000, the song had fallen to Nos. 26 and 31 in its second and third frames. Now in its fourth week, it reverses course, rebounding to No. 14 following the Aug. 20 release of its official video. The track zooms 13-6 on Digital Songs, up by 28 percent to 68,000 downloads sold in the week ending Aug. 27, according to Nielsen Music, and rockets 41-11 on Streaming Songs (9.3 million U.S. streams, up 126 percent).
Hailee Steinfeld, "Love Myself"
The actress/singer's debut single surges 74-52 in its third week on the Hot 100. It debuts on Digital Songs at No. 28 (35,000, up 78 percent), while lifting 25-21 on the Pop Songs airplay chart, up by 18 percent in plays.
Nick Jonas, "Levels"
Jonas follows his No. 7 Hot 100 hit "Jealous" and the No. 13-peaking "Chains" as "Levels" debuts at No. 87. The single should jump on next week's Hot 100 (dated Sept. 19) following the premiere of its official video Sunday, Aug. 30, the same day that Jonas performed the song on the MTV Video Music Awards pre-show.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, "Downtown," featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz
The pair returns to the Hot 100 at No. 94, and, as previously reported, should vault next week with the retro-hip-hop/pop song after its Aug. 27 video premiere and a first full week of radio and retail tracking. Macklemore & Lewis arrived with four top 15 hits in 2013, including the No. 1 smashes "Thrift Shop," featuring Wanz (six weeks at No. 1), and "Can't Hold Us," featuring Ray Dalton (five).
Kool Moe Dee, meanwhile, makes his first Hot 100 appearance since 1999, when Will Smith's "Wild Wild West" (featuring Dru Hill and Kool Moe Dee) topped the chart for a week that July. That track reworks Kool Moe Dee's song of the same name, which reached No. 62 in 1988; it also samples Stevie Wonder's classic "I Wish."
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, "Cecilia and the Satellite"
After breaking through in the bands Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin, McMahon hits the Hot 100 under his new billing, as the midtempo track bows at No. 99. With airplay accounting for the majority of its activity, the cut has hit No. 5 on Alternative Songs, No. 7 on Adult Alternative Songs, No. 13 on Adult Pop Songs and No. 25 on Adult Contemporary.
The song is an ode to McMahon's one-year-old daughter Cecilia, meant to chronicle his life and make clear that, "through all the things my eyes have seen, the best by far is you." "I wanted to be really candid," he says. "I wanted her to be able to look back and know who her dad was before she was born, the successes and the failures, and for her to know I'd be there for her through the highs and lows."