Kate Bush earns second week at Number 1 as Joji and LF SYSTEM climb into Irish Singles Chart Top 3

Could Joji and LF SYSTEM be heading for the top spot?

Kate Bush sprints into a second week at Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart with Running Up That Hill.

The track, which was originally released in 1985 but saw a resurgence this year following its feature on Stranger Things, holds on at the chart peak despite strong competition from newcomers Joji and LF System.

Rising star Joji soars 15 places to Number 2 with emotional viral hit Glimpse Of Us, the artist’s first-ever Top 10 single in Ireland, while Scottish DJ duo LF SYSTEM climb two to a new peak of Number 3 with summer anthem Afraid To Feel.

Drake returns to the Official Irish Charts in a big way this week as he claims three simultaneous Top 10 singles following the release of his album Honestly, Nevermind. At Number 7, and this week’s highest new entry, is Massive, followed closely by Jimmy Crooks ft. 21 Savage at Number 9, and Falling Back at Number 10.

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Outside the Top 10, Dublin duo Belters Only are flying up the Top 50 with I Will Survive, this week up nine to Number 17 to become their third Top 20 single, and landing just ahead of Beyonce’s brand new single Break My Soul at 18 – a strong start for the track which was only released on Tuesday.

More tracks on the rise include Doja Cat’s Vegas (27), up 12 this week, and Future’s Wait For U ft. Drake and Tems (33) which leaps eight. Gerry Cinnamon returns to the Top 50 with Canter (39).

Further down, Irish DJ Welshy climbs five to a new peak with All Day ft. Nonô (43) and finally, American singer Nicky Youre and producer Dazy enter the Top 50 for the first time with Sunroof (49).

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50 here