Encanto cast claim second week at Number 1 on Irish Singles Chart, as Lost Frequencies and Calum Scott challenge with Where Are You Now

Tate McRae takes this week's highest new entry ahead of ArrDee & Aitch, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Juice Wrld.

We Don’t Talk About Bruno from Encanto holds firm at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart.

Bruno could see a challenge next week from Lost Frequencies and Calum Scott as their hit collaboration Where Are You Now climbs to Number 2.

This week’s highest new entry is Tate McRae’s She’s All I Wanna Be at Number 6, her second Top 10 and fourth Top 50 hit in Ireland. Up one place at Number 10 is Fireboy DML & Ed Sheeran’s Peru.

Elsewhere, British rappers ArrDee & Aitch’s team-up War debuts at Number 28, and rock icons Red Hot Chili Peppers’ new single Black Summer starts at Number 31. Liverpudlian rapper Hazey jumps six places to a new peak of 33 with Packs and Potions.

Brooke Scullion tells us about becoming Ireland's Eurovision 2022 representative

Labrinth’s All For Us – which features on the Euphoria soundtrack – climbs four to Number 34, while he also sees a second Euphoria song in this week’s chart with Formula, landing at 43.

The late Juice Wrld enters at Number 37 with Cigarettes, his latest posthumous single and first to be officially released this year. At 40 is Moth To A Flame by Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd, up ten, and Liam Gallagher debuts at Number 44 with Everything’s Electric – his first solo hit to enter the Irish Top 50.

Finally, Nicki Minaj & Lil Baby enter at Number 48 with Do We Have A Problem, Nicki’s 26th Top 50 entry and Lil Baby’s seventh.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

Join the conversation by joining the Official Charts community and dropping comment.

Already registered?

Log in

No account?