UPDATE: Aug. 15, 5:34 p.m. EDT -- Fans of Chris Jobe’s record, “It Could’ve Been You,” from Wednesday night’s new “Songland” are in luck because it’s now available to download and stream on all digital music services, including Spotify and iTunes.

Original story: It’s been over a month, but NBC’s “Songland” is finally back!

In episode 7 on Wednesday, Macklemore was the guest artist looking for a new song to record, and it appears he found just the right one.

This show started off, per usual, with four up-and-coming songwriters performing their tracks for Macklemore and the “Songland” songwriter-producers — Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean and Shane McAnally.

The contestants and their songs this time around were Casey Cook with “Judgments,” Chris Jobe with “It Could’ve Been You,” Iro with “Shadow” and Pop Culture with “City Kids.”

After listening to all of the songs, Macklemore chose Pop Culture, Cook and Iro to move on to the final round and to work with the professionals on the panel to fix their songs up a bit.

Once the songwriting sessions were over, the three remaining contestants came back to perform the newest versions of their songs, with Pop Culture’s track now titled “Unforgettable.”

In the end, Macklemore chose Iro as the winner, but that’s not all. Along with choosing his song “Shadow,” he also told Iro that he wants him on the track with him. It’s now available to stream on Spotify and download on iTunes.

As for the two other top three songs, Cook’s version of “Judgments” is also up online to both stream and buy, but Pop Culture’s “Unforgettable” is not.

Also, while Jobe didn’t make the top three, and his song isn’t available anywhere, fans can still check out his music — including his most recent songs, “Make It All Better” and “Cry” — on Spotify and Apple Music.

“Songland” airs on NBC on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. EDT.