The second week of NBC’s “Songland” brought with it the show’s three songwriters/producers (Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean and Shane McAnally), guest artist The Black Eyed Peas’ and four new songwriters competing for’s attention.

After listening to all four of the original episode 2 tracks —Josh Logan’s “Boxes,” Ray Goren’s “Oh Lord,” Charisma’s “Invincible” and Adam Friedman’s “Be Nice” — the Black Eyed Peas member chose all but Goren’s to be worked on further before he made his ultimate decision.

Goren’s “Songland” track wasn’t chosen by because the Black Eyes Peas artist thought the song would be better coming from the 18-year-old, but he did ask to be featured on the tune. It’s now available for fans to check out on Spotify and to download on iTunes. Goren also just dropped another new song, called “Mr. Bells,” on both of those platforms.

In the end, decided to switch things up and take all three of the final songs for The Black Eyed Peas’ next album. The group’s version of Friedman’s “Be Nice” includes a feature from Snoop Dogg. The music video is now out to watch, and the song is available to download on iTunes and stream on Spotify.

The other two songs he picked up from tonight’s episode will be available when the new BEP’s album comes out, but they could possibly be released sooner.

If you want to hear more from the singer-songwriters from episode 2, Logan’s latest single, “Talk Southern to Me,” is on Spotify, and he’s also giving away a free download of one of his songs for those who join his mailing list.

As for Friedman, his 2016 hit with Mike Posner, “Lemonade,” as well as his recent tune, “No Matter Where You Are,” are available on both Spotify and iTunes. Charisma’s music — 2017 song “King” and 2019 track “On a Roll” — are also on the previously-mentioned music platforms.

“Songland” airs on NBC on Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EDT.