Adele's Easy On Me extends reign to fourth week at Number 1 on Official Irish Albums Chart

Plus there are big new entries from Post Malone & The Weeknd, ArrDee and more on this week's Top 50.

Adele’s Easy On Me extends its reign over the Official Irish Singles Chart for a fourth week, holding off a strong challenge from Elton John and Dua Lipa’s Cold Heart (Pnau Remix), which holds in the runner-up slot.

Two songs are chasing their heels this week: viral smash Meet Me At Our Spot by The Anxiety (aka Willow and Tyler Cole) continues to scale the chart, up one place to Number 4, while Afrobeats artist Ckay lifts two places to Number 5 with Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah). Becky & Topic’s My Heart Goes (La Di Da) is hovering just outside the Top 5, climbing two spots to Number 6.

Scottish DJ Ewan McVicar edges closer to the Top 10 with dance smash Tell Me Something Good, up three places to Number 12, as does Where Are You Now by Lost Frequencies ft. Calum Scott, jumping five to Number 13.

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This week’s highest new entry goes to Post Malone & The Weekend – their new collaboration One Right Now opens at Number 15, earn them their 29th and 24th Top 50 hits respectively.

Further down, there are a flurry of new entries, including British rapper ArrDee’s Flowers (Say My Name) (22), Travis Scott’s Escape Plan (24) and Mafia (40).

Sad Girlz Luv Money by Amaarae ft. Moliy enters at 28, boosted by a new remix by Kali Uchis, Silk Sonic (aka Bruno Mars and Anderson Paak)’s Smokin’ Out The Window is new at 33, and Tiesto & Ava Max’s The Motto opens at 36.

Finally, Little Mix bow at 48 with Between Us the title track from their new greatest hits album, released today.

View this week's Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

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