Congrats to Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber, who remain at the top of the Official Irish Singles Chart top spot.
I Don’t Care is Number 1 for a fifth week, just under 1,000 combined chart sales ahead of Dominic Fike’s 3 Nights, which rises four places to Number 2.
Following the release of his posthumous album, Avicii’s SOS rebounds three places to its Number 5 peak; Jax Jones & Martin Solveig’s All Day & Night, featuring Madison Beer, records a personal best, up three to Number 7; and Martin Garrix, Macklemore, and Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump break the Top 10 with Summer Days, up three to 9.
Avicii also claims this week’s highest new entry, with Heaven, featuring uncredited vocals from Chris Martin at 15, and Mabel claims her sixth Irish chart hit at 18 with Mad Love, while Chris Brown & Drake log a new entry with No Guidance at 21.
The Chainsmokers & Bebe Rexha climb seven to 26 with Call You Mine, and Dave’s Location featuring Burna Boy leaps seven slots to 29.
Jonas Brothers notch up their sixth Top 50 single with Only Human (32); Sigala & Becky Hill are up seven with Wish You Well (37); Katy Perry logs her 27th Top 50 hit featuring on Daddy Yankee’s Con Calma (45); and Fisher’s You Little Beauty zooms 14 slots to 50.
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Official Irish Homegrown Top 20
Last week, Dublin duo, Versatile became the first Number 1 on the new Official Irish Homegrown Top 20 with their track Prefontaine; it holds firm at the top for a second week.
This week’s highest new entry goes to rising R&B star Soulé whose track Love Tonight featuring London rapper C Cane lands at Number 3 on this week’s Homegrown Top 20 just behind Dermot Kennedy’s Power Over Me which remains at Number 2.
DJ/Producer John Gibbons’ Hotstepper, his take on the Ini Kamoze classic from 1994, debuts at Number 9 and Westmeath indie rockers, The Academic are in at Number 13 with new track Superlike.
The Irish Homegrown Top 20, compiled by The Official Charts Company, highlights the biggest tracks by Irish acts each week based on combined sales across physical, download and streaming. It is the only chart focusing on artists from the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.