Dua Lipa makes it two weeks at the top of the Official Irish Singles Chart with Don’t Start Now

Youtuber, rapper and boxer KSI scores this week's highest new entry.

Dua Lipa is Number 1 of the Official Irish Singles Chart for a second week.

The lead single from Dua’s upcoming second album, Don’t Start Now increased its performance week-on-week to finish 1500 chart sales ahead of the competition. Don’t Start Now has so far reached Number 1 solely in Ireland, peaking at Number 2 in the UK and reaching the Top 10 in Australia, Hungary, Israel and New Zealand.

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Niall Horan continues to climb with Nice To Meet Ya, up two to Number 7, while Meduza and Goodboys score their second Top 10 together; alongside Becky Hill, Lose Control lifts three to Number 8. Just outside at Number 12 is Arizona Xervas, who rises nine spots to Number 13 with Roxanne. Meanwhile, British DJ Endor is this week’s highest climber with Pump It Up which rockets 14 places to Number 28.

YouTuber KSI scores this week’s highest new entry with Down Like That; featuring Rick Ross, Lil Baby and S-X, the song debuts at Number 32 following his boxing match win over fellow content creator Logan Paul on November 9.

UK rappers Dave and J Hus debut back-to-back at 35 and 36 with Paper Cuts and Must Be respectively, and Ant Saunders makes his chart debut with Yellow Hearts, which is at 43 after gaining traction on social media app TikTok. Finally, English MC Fredo lands at 48 with Netflix & Chill.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

Listen to The Official Chart with Bláthnaid Treacy at 8pm every Friday on RTÉ 2FM.