George Ezra claims fourth week at Number 1, Ariana Grande is highest new entry on Official Irish Singles Chart

Plus new entries and climbers from Drake, Cheat Codes & Little Mix, Childish Gambino, and Beyoncé & Jay-Z.

It looks like George Ezra could have the song of the summer on his hands as his latest single, Shotgun, celebrates a fourth week at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart.

The track - taken from his Number 2-peaking album Staying At Tamara’s - holds off fierce competition from Drake, whose song In My Feelings zooms from 9 to Number 2 as the In My Feelings dance challenge sweeps the internet.

New entries and high climbers

This week’s highest new entry goes to Ariana Grande, whose single God Is A Woman enters at Number 4. The song, from her forthcoming album Sweetener, follows the chart-topping No Tears Left To Cry, and is the star’s fifth Irish Top 10 single.

Meanwhile, Post Malone’s Better Now rebounds three spots to Number 10, Cheat Codes x Little Mix’s Only You jumps five places to break the Top 20 at 19, and US rapper Childish Gambino is new at Number 21 with Summertime Magic.

US producer Benny Blanco makes his Official Irish Chart debut as a named artist, landing at Number 32 with his Halsey and Khalid collaboration Eastside, and The Carters – aka Beyonce and Jay-Z – zoom nine places to 33 with APES**T.

Further down the Top 50, US duo twenty one pilots open at 41 with their new single Jumpsuit, and rising star Freya Ridings lands her first chart entry with Lost Without You at 44. 

Check out Ireland's Official Top 40 biggest singles of 2018 so far here.

View this week's Top 50 Official Irish Singles Chart in full