Lady Gaga claims three songs in this week’s Official Irish Singles Chart Top 10, including Shallow at Number 1

10 new entries impact this week's Top 50 from the likes of Post Malone, Picture This, Dermot Kennedy and Zara Larsson.

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s Shallow is Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart for a third week.

Securing its highest sales tally yet, the A Star is Born ballad was the most streamed and downloaded track of the past seven days, and is one of three Lady Gaga songs in this week’s Top 10. Always Remember Us This Way becomes Gaga’s eighth Top 3 hit in the country (3), while I’ll Never Love Again with Bradley Cooper vaults seven places to Number 10.

Elsewhere in the Top 5, Rita Ora claims her fourth Top 5 hit as Let You Love Me rises three positions to Number 4, and Post Malone and Swae Lee log this week’s highest new entry with Sunflower at Number 5, giving Post his fourth Top 5 single.

New entries and high climbers

Khalid storms into the Top 10 with Better, now his joint-highest charting track as a lead artist, up eight to Number 8. Two more tunes from his new Suncity EP also impact this week’s Top 50; the title track ft. Empress Of debuts at 23, and Saturday Nights starts at 29.

Picture This collect their second Top 20 hit with One Drink, new at 12, and there’s another new entry for Billie Eilish; When The Party’s Over is now her most popular hit ever in Ireland, and is this week’s Number 24.

Dua Lipa and Blackpink debut at Number 27 with Kiss and Make Up, making Blackpink the first female K-pop group to make the Official Irish Top 50, and there’s another new entry from Dermot Kennedy – the Dubliner lands his first Official Chart appearance with Power Over Me at 37.

Finally, another three new entries make a dent in this week’s chart: Zara Larsson’s Ruin My Life begins at 41, Ava Max reaches 44 with Sweet But Psycho, and The 1975 enter at 48 with It’s Not Living (If It’s Not With You).

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