Justin Bieber claims the highest new entry on the Official Irish Singles Chart with Benny Blanco collaboration Lonely

Plus Tiesto and Glass Animals claim new entries this week.

Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco chalk up this week’s highest new entry on the Official Irish Singles Chart.

New track Lonely, a collaboration with producer Blanco, goes straight in at Number 9, becoming the Canadian’s 54th Top 50 hit in Ireland. Justin’s previous release Holy ft. Chance The Rapper is still performing well, lifting to a new peak of Number 3.

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Holding at Number 1 for a second week is dance anthem Looking For Me by Paul Woolford & Diplo ft. Kareen Lomax.

Tracks hitting new highs in this week’s Top 50 include Miley Cyrus’ Midnight Sky (7), Levitating by Dua Lipa (12), Wes Nelson & Hardy Caprio’s See Nobody (14), and Put Your Records On by Ritt Momney (18).

Tiesto’s The Business is a new entry at Number 35 this week, while Glass Animals enter at Number 43 with Heat Waves following their Live In The Internet livestream gig.

Finally, James Arthur’s Train Wreck – released back in 2016 – enters at Number 49 after going viral on TikTok, and Digga D’s Chingy (It’s Whatever) is new at Number 50.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

Official Irish Homegrown Chart

Robert Grace’s Fake Fine continues to lead the Official Irish Homegrown Chart, while drill artist Offica scores the highest new entry with Plugged In Freestyle.

It’s the latest success for the Drogheda-born artist, following a collaboration with KSI on a remix of his single Naruto Drillings and his own ‘Skidi Bop’ dance trend last year.

Elsewhere the Top 20 Inhaler's latest single When It Breaks is new at Number 7, while Dublin singer-songwriter and guitarist Orla Gartland lands at Number 8 with Pretending.

View this week's Official Irish Homegrown Chart Top 20

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

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