Irish Women in Harmony return to the Official Irish Singles Chart following RTE Late Late Show performance

Machine Gun Kelly and Blackbear claim this week's highest new entry.

Supergroup Irish Women in Harmony make a glittering return to the Official Irish Singles Chart.

The all-female collective of homegrown Irish talent are Number 24 this week with Dreams, their charitable cover of The Cranberries classic. Their return to the Top 50 follows their performance on RTÉ One’s The Late Late Show. The most downloaded song this week, Dreams has been downloaded more times in 2020 than any other song by an Irish act.

At the top of the chart, a very different all-female pairing of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion reign supreme for a third consecutive week with WAP.

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At Number 9, Canadian singer and dancer Tate McRae enters the Top 10 for the first time with You Broke Me First, Midnight Sky by Miley Cyrus climbs five rungs to a new peak of Number 11, and Jason Derulo is also up five with Take You Dancing to Number 13.

There’s a Top 20 re-entry for DJ Khaled & Drake’s Popstar at Number 17 following the release of its music video starring Justin Bieber.

More gains follow this week for Clean Bandit & Mabel’s Tick Tock ft. 24kGoldn (25), Paul Woolford & Diplo’s Looking For Me ft. Kareen Lomax (29), Lemonade from producers Internet Money, with rappers Gunna and Don Toliver (31), and Tap In by Saweetie (36).

Finally, rappers Machine Gun Kelly and Blackbear take out this week’s highest new entry at Number 47 with My Ex’s Best Friend, MGK’s third Top 50 hit and Blackbear’s second.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

Listen to The Official Chart with Bláthnaid Treacy at 7pm every Friday on RTÉ 2FM.

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