Lewis Capaldi earns a fourth week at Irish Singles Number 1 as Hozier scores his fifth Top 10

P!nk collects her 15th Top 10 hit as Daddy Yankee and Ava Max take out new Top 50 entries.

Lewis Capaldi’s Someone You Loved is Ireland’s biggest song for the fourth week in a row.

The Scotsman’s breakthrough single was the most streamed and downloaded track of the last seven days, while he continues to have three songs in the Top 50 with Grace sitting at 23 and Bruises at 42.

After two weeks sticking at Number 9, Lauv & Troye Sivan lift to a new peak of Number 7 with I’m So Tired, while two songs make their Top 10 debuts; Hozier claims his fifth Top 10 hit with Almost (Sweet Music) at Number 8 – now the best performing song from his album Wasteland, Baby! and his highest chart position since 2014 – and Pink collects her 15th Top 10 hit on Irish soil as Walk Me Home rises three places to Number 9.

Tom Walker is on the cusp of a Top 10 hit as Just You And I advances four spots to Number 11, ahead of this week’s highest climbers Marshmello & CHVRCHES who ascend 22 placings to Number 14 with Here With Me. Also new into the Top 20 is I Can’t Get Enough from Benny Blanco, Selena Gomez, J Balvin and Tainy which reaches a new peak at 20.

More personal bests are logged by Sigrid’s Don’t Feel Like Crying (25), Let Me Down Slowly from Alec Benjamin (29) and Bebe Rexha’s Last Hurrah (32) while two new entries close out this week’s chart highlights – Daddy Yankee’s Con Calma ft. Snow cracks the Top 50 in its fourth week of release (45) and Ava Max makes a dent with So Am I (48).

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

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