George Ezra's Shotgun notches up ninth week as Official Irish Singles Chart Number 1

Plus new entries and climbers from Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris & Sam Smith, The 1975, and Jess Glynne.

George Ezra sure is blowing everyone away with his Shotgun, as he claims another week atop the Official Irish Singles Chart.

George’s nine-week stint at the summit draws him level with Drake’s chart-topping God’s Plan as the longest running Number 1 of 2018 so far – can George make it a perfect ten next week?

Hoping to stand in his way are Benny Blanco, Halsey and Khalid who climb a place to Number 2 with Eastside.

New entries and climbers

Ariana Grande lands her seventh Irish Top 10 single, with Breathin’, taken from her Number 1 album Sweetener, going in at Number 5 and leading three tracks from the star to make this week’s chart. God Is A Woman rebounds 4 slots to 6 and the album’s title track is a new entry at 15.

At Number 7, Calvin Harris scores his 20th Irish Top 10 with Promises, with Sam Smith on vocals – it’s an eighth Top 10 for Sam - plus Lithuanian DJ Dynoro breaks into the Top 10 with In My Mind, up three to Number 9.

Current Australian Number 1 Be Alright by Dean Lewis advances into the Top 20 at 20, and The 1975 land their third Irish Top 40 with TOOTIMETOOTIMETOOTIME, new at 29.

David Guetta and Anne-Marie leap 10 slots with Don’t Leave Me Alone (30); Marshmello & Bastille are straight in at 36 with Happier; Jess Glynne is new at 38 with All I Am; while Rudimental & Major Lazer return to the Top 50 with Let Me Live, featuring Anne-Marie and Mr. Eazi at Number 48.

View the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

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