Paul Woolford & Diplo party to Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart with Looking For Me ft. Kareen Lomax

Little Mix and Clairo score new entries in this week's Top 50.

Paul Woolford’s dance anthem Looking For Me has risen to Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart.

The British DJ’s collaboration with US producer Diplo featuring Atlanta R&B vocalist Kareen Lomax scales four places to the top spot, becoming Paul and Kareen’s first Irish Number 1s, and Diplo’s third following Lean On and Cold Water as part of Major Lazer.

Three more songs also reach new peaks in this week’s Top 5: Internet Money’s Lemonade ft. Gunna, Don Toliver & Nav climbs one slot to Number 3, Canadian newcomer Tate McRae ascends two positions to Number 4 with You Broke Me First, and the late Pop Smoke advances two to Number 5 with You Don’t Know Bout Love, now his highest-charting single in Ireland.

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Sigala & James Arthur continue their charge towards the Top 10 with Lasting Lover, leaping a further six places this week to Number 15. One place behind at Number 16 is this week’s highest climber Dua Lipa with Levitating, up 13 following the success of its new remix ft. DaBaby.

Love Island UK star Wes Nelson gains ground at 22 with Hardy Caprio collaboration See Nobody, up 11 spots, while Fleetwood Mac also make an 11-place move with Dreams to 23 thanks to its newfound popularity on TikTok.

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Following the release of his debut album Edna, UK rapper Headie One takes out two new entries in this week’s Top 50 – Young T & Bugsey collab Princess Cuts (29) and Parlez-Vous Anglais ft. Aitch (47).

There’s a new entry for Little Mix at Number 37 with promotional album track Not A Pop Song, their 28th Top 50 hit, and finally, lo-fi electropop artist Clairo makes her Official Irish Singles Chart debut with Sofia at Number 45.

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

Listen to The Official Chart with Bláthnaid Treacy at 7pm every Friday on RTÉ 2FM.

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