Pop Smoke returns to Irish Albums Number 1 after 10 weeks away with Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon

Doves and Marilyn Manson claim new entries in this week's Top 50.

Pop Smoke is back at Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart after ten weeks away.

The late US rapper who was killed in February is back at the top spot for the first time since July. His debut studio album Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon was Ireland’s most-streamed album this week.

Last week’s Number 1 Dermot Kennedy slips to two with Without Fear, while former chart-topper Folklore from Taylor Swift rounds out the Top 3.

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The best-selling album of the week, both physically and digitally, belongs to Mancunian band Doves, who return from an 11-year hiatus enter at Number 6 with The Universal Want, their fourth consecutive Top 10 effort and highest-charting album for 15 years.

Stormzy’s Heavy Is The Head rockets 17 places to 20 following the release of his latest single Superheroes, while US rock band Marilyn Manson claim their 10th Top 50 album with WE ARE CHAOS at 26.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50