P!nk’s “Just Give Me A Reason”  featuring Nate Ruess remains atop the Billboard hot 100 for its second week, as it gains in radio play and streaming, but drops in downloads.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis hold down the No. 2 and 3 slots with current single, “Can’t Hold Us” featuring Ray Dalton moving 5-2 and “Thrift Shop” featuring Wanz falling 2-3. It’s the first time a group has landed two songs in the top 3 since the Black Eyed Peas in 2009. Rihanna was the last solo act to do so in 2010, according to Billboard.

Bruno Mars’ former No. 1, “When I Was Your Man,” slips 3-4.

Bolstered by the Billboard Hot 100’s new chart methodology that includes YouTube streaming, Psy’s “Gentleman” soars 12-5, largely fueled by its more than 216 million YouTube views and 8.6 million streams in the U.S. Rihanna’s “Stay” slides 4-6.

Joining Macklemore & Ryan Lewis with two tunes in the top 10, Justin Timberlake is at No. 7 with  “Mirrors”  and No. 8 with “Suit & Tie,” which falls two places.

Pitbull’s “Feel This Moment” featuring Christina Aguilera moves 8-9 and Drake’s “Started From The Bottom” falls 9-19.

Next week, look for P!nk to fend off a charge from “Can’t Hold Us” and for Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” to move into the Top 10 as it bursts onto the chart at No. 20.