Billie Eilish becomes the first solo female since Adele to score six weeks at the top of the Official Irish Albums Chart

Logic claims this week's highest new entry.

Billie Eilish has achieved something no other female soloist has managed to do since April 2016.

The 17-year-old is Number 1 on this week’s Official Irish Albums Chart for a sixth non-consecutive week with her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, making her the first woman to complete a sextet of weeks at the top since Adele’s 25.

Behind Adele’s 21 (35 weeks) and 25 (15 weeks), Billie’s album is now the third longest-reigning female album of the decade, tied with Ellie Goulding’s second LP Halcyon.

Fresh from the release of his chart-topping single I Don’t Care, Ed Sheeran’s third album ÷ spikes up the chart eight places to Number 4, while Dermot Kennedy’s self-titled collection leaps 11 spots to Number 11 following his three-night residency at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre.

Logic scores this week’s highest new entry and his third Top 20 album with Confessions of a Dangerous Mind at 14, while Mac DeMarco takes out a second visit to the Top 50 with his fifth record Here Comes The Cowboy at 37.

Two Kodaline albums – Politics of Living (33) and In A Perfect World (47) return to the chart following their RTÉ Late Late Show appearance and finally, Jax Jones’ Snacks EP hits a new peak (44).

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50