- 22 May 20
See the top performing singles and albums on the Official Irish Charts below
Lewis Capaldi's debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent continues to make history on the charts with 15 non-consecutive weeks at No.1 – scoring the most weeks at the top of Official Irish Charts for a debut album this millennium.
Other debut albums to spend 10 or more weeks in the top position in Ireland since 2000 include James Blunt's Back To Bedlam (14 weeks), The Killers' Hot Fuss (11 weeks) and Norah Jones' Come Away With Me (10 weeks).
Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent is the fastest-selling debut alum by a male this century, and was Ireland's best-selling album of 2019.
The other top spots on the Official Irish Albums Chart this week are held by Dermot Kennedy with Without Fear, Harry Styles with Fine Line, Dua Lipa with Future Nostalgia, and Polo G, this week's highest new entry, with The Goat.
On the Official Irish Singles Chart, meanwhile, DaBaby and Roddy Ricch score a second week at No.1 with 'Rockstar'. Drake rises to No.2 this week with 'Toosie Slide', while Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber's 'Stuck With U' drops to No.3.
Icelandic Eurovision star Daði Freyr claims the highest climber – rising from No. 33 to No.4 this week with 'Think About Things'. Daði, who was one of the favourites to win this year's Eurovision Song Contest before its cancellation, has found major success with the track thanks to a dance challenge on TikTok.
On the Official Irish Homegrown Chart, Dermot Kennedy continues his reign at No.1 with 'Outnumbered', followed by Robbie Doherty and Keees' 'Pour The Milk', Niall Horan's 'No Judgement', Gavin James' new single 'Boxes' and Niall Horan's 'Nice To Meet Ya'.