Irish Women in Harmony claim the highest new entry on the Official Irish Singles Chart with Dreams

Also this week, Picture This claim their 15th Top 50 hit.

Irish Women in Harmony have claimed the biggest download of the week and highest new entry on the Official Irish Singles Chart, according to new data from IRMA and OfficialCharts.com/Ireland.

The 39-strong charity collective of artists and musicians came together to record a cover of The Cranberries’ Dreams, with proceeds going to domestic abuse prevention agency SAFE Ireland. Dreams enters the Top 50 today at Number 15.

Irish Women in Harmony was organised by Donaghmede singer-songwriter RuthAnne and features the likes of Imelda May, Moya Brennan, Soulé, Aimée, Pillow Queens and Wyvern Lingo. Dreams debuts at Number 1 on this week's Official Irish Homegrown Chart, becoming the first female act to top the chart.

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In the Top 10, DaBaby and Roddy Ricch take out a sixth non-consecutive week at Number 1 with Rockstar, while there are new peaks for Topic’s Breaking Me ft. A7S (3), Jawsh 365 & Jason Derulo’s Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat) (6), and StaySolidRocky’s Party Girl (10).

Picture This scoop their 15th Top 50 hit with If I Build A Home On The Moon at 23, while Young T & Bugsey’s TikTok hit Don’t Rush re-enters the chart at 28 thanks to a new remix featuring the man at the top of the charts DaBaby.

Dermot Kennedy’s Giants debuts at Number 42 based on less than two days of sales following its midday Wednesday (June 24) release, Beyoncé claims her 31st charting single in Ireland with Black Parade at Number 45, and after a new version featuring Niall Horan was released, Ashe’s Top 20 single Moral Of The Story returns to the Top 50 at Number 50.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

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