Billie Eilish claims highest new entry on Official Irish Singles Chart with Lost Cause

Olivia Rodrigo picks up a fourth week at Number 1 with Good 4 U.

Billie Eilish scores the highest new entry on this week’s Official Irish Singles Chart with Lost Cause.

Entering at Number 9, the fourth single from her upcoming album Happier Than Ever becomes her landmark 10th Top 10 hit in Ireland.

Number 1 for a fourth week with Olivia Rodrigo’s Good 4 U, while her other single Deja Vu spends a third week at Number 2. Third concurrent Top 10 single Traitor falls one place to Number 4.

Tom Grennan’s Little Bit of Love (6) and Your Song by Anne-Marie & Niall Horan (7) reach new peaks, while Little Mix claim this week’s highest climber and their 11th Top 10 single with Galantis & David Guetta collaboration Heartbreak Anthem (10). Their other popular single of the moment Confetti also picks up a personal best this week (21).

Just outside the Top 10 is British rising star Mimi Webb with Good Without, up two places to collect a new personal best of Number 11.

Brighton rapper ArrDee make his Irish Chart debut at 24 with Oliver Twist, while Scottish producer Calvin Harris earns his 34th Top 50 hit with Tom Grennan collaboration By Your Side, new at 26. Willow Smith makes her first appearance in the Official Irish Singles Chart since 2011 with t r a n s p a r e n t s o u l featuring Travis Barker, the pop-punk track debuting at 35.

Finally US rapstar Roddy Ricch scoops his sixth Top 50 hit with Late at Night at Number 38, and UK drill rapper Tion Wayne claims a new entry at Number 49 with Wow.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

Listen to The Official Chart with Bláthnaid Treacy at 7pm every Friday on RTÉ 2FM.

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