- 15 Oct 21
Former Little Mix member Jesy Nelson has claims this week's highest new entry on the Official Irish Singles Chart with 'Boyz' at No.16.
Olivia Rodrigo has returned to chart domination with her hugely popular debut album Sour, which has grabbed the No.1 spot on this week’s Official Irish Albums Chart.
The US singer-songwriter was at No.2 in previous weeks, with Lil Nas X scoring the crown with his debut MONTERO. Rodrigo continues to be a powerhouse on streaming services, picking up more plays than any other album in Ireland this week.
This week’s highest new entry goes to Sam Fender – the Geordie singer-songwriter’s sophomore album Seventeen Going Under opens at No.4, and was the top physical seller of the week.
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Dermot Kennedy's Without Fear has remained in the Irish Albums Charts for a total of 106 weeks.
The new Adele era is officially upon us, and 25 and 21 have rebounded to No.7 and No.10 respectively in anticipation. The superstar released her new single 'Easy On Me' today, with her comeback record 30 landing on November 19.
Justin Bieber’s Justice has rocketed 16 spots to No.11 following the release of its Complete Edition featuring new tracks.
Folk music legends Mick Flannery & Susan O’Neill’s In The Game has jumped 11 spots to No.20 as their gigantic tour of Ireland kicks off this month. Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Greatest Hits returns to the Top 50 at No.23 as tickets for their huge Marlay Park gig went on sale this morning.
Former Little Mix member Jesy Nelson claims the highest new entry on this week's Official Irish Singles Chart as her debut track 'Boyz' opens at No.16. Nelson’s first solo single samples Diddy’s 2001 hit 'Bad Boy For Life'. Her solo album launch has been met with controversy, with Nicki Minaj launching a bizarre tirade against Nelson's former bandmate Leigh-Ann Pinnock after Jesy was accused of "blackfishing".
Ed Sheeran’s 'Shivers' holds firm at No.1 for a fifth week in a row, continuing to fend off strong competition from Elton John & Dua Lipa’s 'Cold Heart (Pnau Remix)' at No.2. 'Shivers' is the most-streamed song of the week while 'Cold Heart' marks the most downloaded.
Afrobeats artist Ckay continues to climb with his global smash 'Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)', rising three places to No.5, and Becky Hill & Topic’s 'My Heart Goes (La Di Da)' rises to No.11.
Check out the Top 5 in the Official Irish Albums and Singles Charts below:
1. Shivers, Ed Sheeran
2. Cold Heart, Elton John & Dua Lipa
3. Industry Baby, Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow
4. Out Out, Joel Corry/Jax Jones/Xcx
5. Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah), Ckay
1. Sour, Olivia Rodrigo
2. Without Fear, Dermot Kennedy
3. Certified Lover Boy, Drake
4. Seventeen Going Under, Sam Fender
5. Planet Her, Doja Cat