Ava Max's Sweet But Psycho locks in a third week at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart

12 songs reach new peaks on the first chart of 2019, while three songs make their Top 50 debuts.

Ava Max has logged a third week at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart with Sweet But Psycho.

In a week that sees 12 songs reach new peaks and three tracks make their Top 50 debut thanks to the post-Christmas shuffle, rising star Ava claims her biggest sales week yet to hold the top spot for another seven days, while former top spot holder thank u, next from Ariana Grande holds firm at Number 2.

Ava told OfficialCharts.com, “Oh my god! This is so surreal for me! Thank you to everyone for your support. I am beyond excited to share more music with you all very soon!” 

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Post Malone takes out two spots in this week’s Top 10; Sunflower betters its Number 5 peak, rising three places to Number 3, while his latest cut Wow. rises 30 slots to Number 6. Zara Larsson’s Ruin My Life also secures a personal best, ascending six to Number 7.

Over a year since the album’s release, three songs from The Greatest Showman’s cast recording reach new peak positions, two of which lands in the first Top 10 of 2019. Keala Settle’s This Is Me is at 8, The Greatest Show featuring the voices of Hugh Jackman, Keala Settle, Zac Efron and Zendaya occupies Number 9, and Loren Allred’s Never Enough climbs to Number 16.

Lifting into the Top 20 for the first time this week are Khalid’s Saturday Nights (19), and Power Over Me from Dermot Kennedy (20). More new highs are achieved by Pinkfong’s Baby Shark (22), Empty Space from James Arthur (28), Lewis Capaldi’s Grace (32), and Anne-Marie’s Perfect To Me (34).

Finally, three tracks impact the Irish Singles Top 50 for the first time. Cardi B’s Money, taken from the upcoming deluxe edition of her debut album Invasion of Privacy, settles at 35, Jax Jones and Years & Years collab Play bops to 36, and Lil Baby & Gunna’s Drip To Hard closes the chart at 50.

View the latest Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50 in full