Abcdefu by GAYLE scores a third week at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart.
The fiery break-up anthem holds its place at the top against major climbers like Disney hit We Don’t Talk About Bruno, from Encanto – with vocals from Rhenzy Feliz, Adassa, Stephanie Beatriz, Mauro Castillo, Diane Guerrero, and Carolina Gaitan – which rises two to Number 2, and Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott’s Where Are You Now which also rises two to land at Number 3.
Also climbing the Top 10 is Make Me Feel Good by Belters Only ft. Jazzy, which climbs two places to a new peak of Number 6.
Further down, Fireboy DML & Ed Sheeran leap 16 places with Peru at Number 13. This week’s highest new entry comes from Charlie Puth with viral hit Light Switch (28) which was finally released last week following months of teasers.
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Meat Loaf earns two places in this week’s Top 50 following the news of his death last week aged 74. Bat Out Of Hell flies in at Number 31, while I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That) lands at Number 40.
Gunna & Future fly 16 places to 32 with Pushin P ft. Young Thug, while scouse rapper Hazey enters the Top 50 with Packs and Potions at Number 41.
UK rappers Digga D & Still Brickin’ debut at Number 45 with Pump 101, while following the release of his new album Night Call, Years & Years’ Sweet Talker with Galantis climbs to 49.
Finally, Labrinth rounds off this week’s Top 50 at Number 50 with All For Us, which has enjoyed renewed interest thanks to the latest season of Euphoria. The show catapulted the song into success after Zendaya performed it at the end of the first series.