- 27 May 22
Make room for Harry and his house. The Grammy-winning musician is moving in for awhile.
In the short week since the release of his third solo album Harry’s House, English rockstar Harry Styles has earned an Official Irish Chart Double. The still-fresh record now sits comfortably in first place on the Official Irish Albums Chart, making it the best week so far for an album release this year.
The record single ‘As It Was’ enjoyed parallel success on the Official Irish Singles Chart upon its release in April, earning a record-topping week for single releases since the start of the year.
On top of all that gold, Styles’ previous records are also enjoying their fair share of the limelight again. His previous record Fine Line, which led to a Grammy win in Styles' favour for best pop solo performance on ‘Watermelon Sugar,’ has moved up to #5 on the Irish Charts. His first solo record, the self-titled 2017 Harry Styles, hovers in the Top 50 – five years after its debut.
Styles’ successful new record moves Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers from first to third on the Irish Albums Chart, while Ed Sheeran’s = is cushioned between the two. Lizzo joins her good friend Styles in the Irish Singles Chart, with ‘About Damn Time’ ranked at #4 behind Styles’ three singles – which don’t look to be moving anytime soon.
Listen to Harry’s House below to hear just why the record is dominating Irish and worldwide charts.