Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber stay atop the Official Irish Singles Chart with I Don’t Care

Lewis Capaldi's One is this week's highest new entry.

Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber have made it two weeks at the top of the Official Irish Singles Chart.

I Don’t Care was streamed 503,000 times on audio and video platforms over the past week and coasted to the top spot by 1500 combined chart sales.

Lewis Capaldi has three songs in this week’s Top 10 following the release of his debut album: former chart-topper Hold Me While You Wait rebounds 6-2; One becomes his fourth Top 10 hit and is this week’s highest new entry at Number 6; and Someone You Loved climbs three to Number 9.

Summer Days by Martin Garrix ft. Macklemore & Patrick Stump is up 12 and is this week’s highest climber (13), rap duo Versatile are a new entry with Prefontaine (19), Halsey collects her eighth Top 50 with Nightmare (24) and Tyler The Creator makes his mark with three tracks: Earfquake (18); I Think (28); and Igor’s Theme (34).

2019 Eurovision Song Contest winner Duncan Laurence enters the Official Irish Singles Chart for the first time with Arcade at Number 37, OneRepublic pay a visit for a 12th time as Rescue Me bows at Number 38, and Mark Ronson closes out the Top 50 at Number 50 with Late Night Feelings featuring Lykke Li.

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

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50