- 26 Feb 21
Dermot Kennedy enjoys a 23rd non-consecutive week at No.1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart.
The global success of Olivia Rodrigo's hit single 'Drivers License' shows no signs of slowing down – as the 18-year-old singer secures a seventh week at the top of the Official Irish Singles Chart.
'Drivers License' is Ireland's longest-reigning No.1 single since last April – when Saint Jhn spent eight weeks at the top of the chart with 'Roses'.
This week's Top 5 also includes Tiësto's 'The Business' (No. 2), The Kid LAROI's 'Without You (No. 3), The Weeknd's 'Save Your Tears (No. 4) and Lil Tjay's 'Calling My Phone' featuring 6lack (No.5).
Scottish TikTok star Nathan Evans and British producers 220 Kid and Billen Ted enter this week’s Top 10 with 'Wellerman' – moving up four places to No.7.
This week’s highest new entry on the Official Irish Singles is Australian rising star Clinton Kane with 'Chicken Tendies' at No.25.
On the Official Irish Albums Chart, meanwhile, Dermot Kennedy's Without Fear leads the way for a 23rd non-consecutive week. According to Official Charts, only Adele's 21, and Ed Sheeran's ÷ and X have spent more weeks at No.1 in the last decade.
Dua Lipa's Future Nostalgia is up one place to No.2 – its highest position for 43 weeks. Ariana Grande, The Weeknd and Harry Styles round off the Top 5.
Following his appearance on The Late Late Show, Barry Gibbs has claimed the highest new entry on the Official Irish Albums Chart this week with Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers' Songbook (Vol.1) Greenfields marks Gibbs' first Irish Top 50 appearance as a solo artist in his 60-year career.