Lewis Capaldi holds onto Irish Number 1 album, Selena Gomez and David Keenan score big new entries

Selena Gomez lands her highest charting album in Ireland to date.

As Lewis Capaldi chalks up an eighth non-consecutive week in the Number 1 album slot for a second week with Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, and he's doing pretty well on the singles countdown too – but the highest new entry this week belongs to Selena Gomez.

Fresh from claiming her first Number 1 single in Ireland in late 2019 with Lose You to Love Me, the US popstar’s third solo album Rare debuts at Number 4, becoming her highest charting album to date.

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In at Number 6 is Dundalk singer-songwriter David Keenan with his debut album A Beginner’s Guide To Bravery, the biggest selling album of the week on vinyl.

Rising US rapper Roddy Ricch continues to scale the albums rundown with his US Number 1 album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, up twelve places to 30; U2’s 2006 hits retrospective U218 leaps nine to 40; Pogues’ Best of climbs eleven places to 41, and DaBaby’s Kirk rebounds eight slots to 46.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50

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