Macklemore's 'Thrift Shop' Scores Fifth Week At #1 On Singles Chart

Fall Out Boy's comeback single hits #3 on Billboard Digital Songs chart, Bieber falls hard on albums tally.

The digital crystal ball should get a shakeup next week in the wake of Sunday's Grammy Awards, but for now Macklemore and partner Ryan Lewis will hold on to the #1 spot on the Billboard Digital Songs chart with their breakthrough hit, "Thrift Shop," which moved another 389,000 copies.

Fall Out Boy's reboot single [article id="1701518"]"My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)"[/article]
 had a healthy debut, coming in at #3 on sales of 162,000, for their first appearance on that chart since 2009's "America's Suitehearts," according to Billboard.

Bruno Mars got an immediate Grammy bump thanks to his all-star performance on the show, with "When I Was Your Man" jumping three spots to #4 as sales went up by 28 percent to 121,000. Another [article id="1701709"]breakout Grammy performer,[/article]
 Justin Timberlake, saw some positive movement, as "Suit & Tie" was up three to #8 as sales picked up by 33 percent to 120,000.

Macklemore Top, Fall Out Boy Pop On Billboard Digital Songs Chart

1) Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, "Thrift Shop" (389,000)

2) and Britney Spears, "Scream & Shout" (163,000)

3) Fall Out Boy, "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)" (162,000)

4) Bruno Mars, "When I Was Your Man" (159,000)

5) Taylor Swift, "I Knew You Were Trouble" (158,000)

6) Lumineers, "Ho Hey" (147,000)

7) Maroon 5, "Daylight" (121,000)

8) Justin Timberlake, "Suit & Tie" (120,000)

9) Swedish House Mafia, "Don't You Worry Child" (117,000)

10) Bruno Mars, "Locked Out of Heaven" (109,000)

After just one week at #1 with his [article id="1701476"]fifth top debut[/article]
 to date, Justin Bieber suffered a major fall in week two for [article id="1700848"]Believe Acoustic,[/article]
 dropping five spots as sales tailed off by 79 percent to 43,000. The singer's two-week total now stands just shy of 255,000, according to figures provided by Nielsen SoundScan.

In the wake of their Grammy Album of the Year win, Mumford & Sons had a 50 percent jump, moving up three spots to #4 on sales of 54,000. The week's top debut was popera singer Josh Groban, whose All That Echoes hit the #1 spot with 145,000 in sales, followed by country singer Tim McGraw at #2 with Two Lanes of Freedom (107,000). The NOW 45 compilation debuted at #3 (87,000), hard rockers Red were in at #7 with Release the Panic (41,000) and Coheed & Cambria snuck in at #9 with The Afterman: Descension (41,000).

Other debuts include My Morning Jacket singer Jim James' solo debut, Regions of Light & Sound (#34, 17,000).

Bieber Takes a Tumble on Billboard 200 top 10

1) Josh Groban, All That Echoes

2) Tim McGraw, Two Lanes of Freedom

3) Various Artists, NOW 45

4) Mumford & Sons, Babel

5) Andrea Bocelli, Passione

6) Justin Bieber, Believe Acoustic

7) Red, Release the Panic

8) Bruno Mars, Unorthodox Jukebox

9) Coheed & Cambria, The Afterman: Descension

10) Lumineers, self-titled