- 10 Feb 23
Miley Cyrus is still dominating the singles charts, elsewhere, with her epic new track 'Flowers'.
The Irish Album Charts are full of excitement, as per usual, with Midnights icon Taylor Swift taking the No.1 crown back once again.
The Weeknd has climbed from the No.4 spot up to No. 2 with The Highlights, while Harry Styles' Harry's House goes from No.8 to No.3 following his (controversial) Album of the Year win at the Grammys last Sunday night.
Pop underdog Raye has secured this week's highest new entry at No.13 with her long-awaited debut album My 21st Century Blues, which was a hard-fought creative battle and was later released independently rather than with Polydor Records.
Jax Jones, Regard, Rudimental, Jonas Blue and Martin Solveig are among the list of global DJs who have nabbed Raye’s voice, penmanship and production skills to create certified chart dance hits. Having contributed written tracks to the likes of Beyonce, Little Mix, Charli XCX and John Legend; her ability to work with artists from far-reaching genres has allowed Raye to expand her own range.
Revisit our interview with the Londoner here.
The legendary Shania Twain is officially back, with Queen of Me entering at No.15. Dermot Kennedy's Sonder and SZA's SOS round out the Top 5, alongside Eminem's Curtain Call - The Hits, Elton John's Diamonds, Dermot Kennedy's 2019 debut Without Fear, Lewis Capaldi's Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent and SOUR by Olivia Rodrigo.
Over on the Irish Singles Chart, Miley Cyrus is imperious at No.1 with the unbeatable, empowering pop banger 'Flowers'.
The biggest mover is PinkPantheress with ‘Boy’s A Liar’, which went from No.64 to No.14 thanks to a feature from Ice Spice on 'Boy's A Liar Pt. II' last week.
Beyoncé's ‘Cuff It’ went from No.58 to No.18 following her Grammys success, having been crowned the most awarded artist of all time with 32 wins by the Recording Academy. 'Cuff It' also took home the gong for Best R&B Song, deservedly so. She recently dropped a remix for the single, with more emphasis on her impeccable vocals.
Pink's 'Trustful has risen from No.84 to No.27; we'll see if this climbs any higher in the coming weeks.