Lizzo earns highest new entry on the Official Irish Albums Chart with Special, as Harry’s House holds at Number 1

New releases from Mabel, Steve Lacy and Beabadoobee also debut in the Top 50.

Lizzo earns the biggest new album of the week in Ireland with her fourth studio album Special.

Debuting at Number 11, Special features Lizzo’s Number 2-peaking hit About Damn Time, and marks her highest charting album to date and first Top 20 collection in Ireland.

Meanwhile, Harry Styles retains Number 1 for an eighth total week with Harry’s House, flying ahead with the biggest physical and streaming figures of the week.

Queen’s Greatest Hits climbs four to Number 7, while The Weeknd’s own hits collection The Highlights moves up five to Number 8.

Becky Hill’s post-Love Island uplift continues, with her 2021 debut studio album Only Honest On The Weekend flying 28 places to Number 20. Returning to the Top 50 is her 2019 compilation Get To Know at Number 27.

Dave’s 2021 chart-topping album We’re All Alone In This Together flies back into the chart at Number 33, ahead of three brand new entries. Mabel debuts at Number 39 with her second album About Last Night - her second Top 50 record - while American musician Steve Lacy lands at 41 with his own second album, Gemini Rights.

Finally, indie rocker Beabadoobee earns her first Irish Top 50 album with Beatopia, which rounds off this week’s chart at Number 50.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50 here