- 28 May 21
The 18-year-old star holds all Top 3 positions on this week's Official Irish Singles Chart.
Olivia Rodrigo has claimed the Official Irish Chart Double - with her debut album SOUR storming to No.1, and her hit single 'Good 4 U' continuing to dominate. She's the first female artist to claim the Chart Double with a debut album since Lady Gaga in 2010, with The Fame and 'Just Dance'.
The 18-year-old has also scored the biggest opening week of chart sales so far this year, outdoing the previous best set by J. Cole's The Off-Season last week. SOUR has also broken the record for the biggest opening week of albums streams for a debut album ever - outperforming Billie Eilish's When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
On the Official Irish Singles Chart, Olivia has become the first female artist to hold all the Top 3 positions, with 'Good 4 U' (No.1), 'Deja Vu' (No.2), and 'Traitor' (No.3).
BTS have scored this week's most-downloaded song in Ireland, with 'Butter' at No.7. Niall Horan and Annie-Marie's collaborative single, 'Our Song', is at No.10. Following their Eurovision win last weekend, Italian rock group Måneskin are at No.14 with 'Zitti E Buoni'.
Following their recent vinyl reissues, My Bloody Valentine have reached new peak positions on the Official Irish Albums Chart. 1991's Loveless is at No. 6, and is this week's best-selling album on vinyl, while 1988's Isn't Anything is at No.31, and 2013's MBV is at No.44.
Fuck Versatile, the debut album from Dublin duo Versatile, debuts at No.19.