Ariana Grande streams her way to a fourth Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart

Sam Smith claims the week's second-highest new entry, and there's a Top 10 re-entry for U2.

Ariana Grande has got into position and achieved a fourth Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart. 

Positions, her sixth release, joins Dangerous Woman (2016), Sweetener (2018) and Thank U, Next (2019) in her collection of chart-topping LPs, collecting the most downloads and streams of the week.

With it, Ari becomes just one of four female solo artists to claim four (or more) Number 1 albums on the Irish Charts. And she's in great company, following Taylor Swift, Madonna and Beyonce. View the acts with the most Number 1 albums of the millennium here.

Trailing at Number 3 is Sam Smith with their third album Love Goes, the second-highest entry of the week. The British singer-songwriter's first two releases, In The Lonely Hour (2014) and The Thrill Of It All (2017) both peaked at Number 1.

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Elsewhere in the Top 10, U2 land at Number 6 with the re-issue of their tenth album All That You Can't Believe to celebrate its 20th anniversary. During its original release, the LP topped the Irish Album Charts for four non-consecutive weeks across 2000-2001.

Bono and co. also get a boost of their greatest hits collection U218 Singles. It re-enters the Top 30 at Number 22.

New entries this week also come from UK rock group Bring Me The Horizon, who blast in at Number 31 with their EP Post Human: Survival Horror. US rapper Trippie Redd gallops to Number 36 with his third studio album Pegasus, British electronic duo CamelPhat produce their way to Number 39 with Dark Matter, and Nigerian singer Wizkid enters at Number 42 with Made in Lagos.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50

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