Positions becomes Ariana Grande’s seventh Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart

Little Mix and Harry Styles also score new entries this week.

Ariana Grande takes pole position on the Official Irish Singles Chart this week, claiming her seventh Number 1.

Positions goes straight in at Number 1 as the most downloaded and streamed song of the week, racking up 760,000 streams this week. Positions joins Problem, No Tears Left To Cry, Thank U, Next, 7 Rings, Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored and Lady Gaga collaboration Rain On Me as Ariana’s chart-topping hits.

Seven Number 1s ties Ariana Grande with the likes of Dustin The Turkey, Calvin Harris and Lady Gaga on the all-time list, and means Ariana has now scored more Number 1 singles since 2010 than any other female artist, surpassing Rihanna.

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Elsewhere in the Top 10, Justin Bieber’s Holy ft. Chance the Rapper lifts one place to a new peak of Number 2, Little Mix claim their first Top 10 for over two years with Sweet Melody, new at Number 8, and Levitating by Dua Lipa arrives in the Top 10 at Number 10, up two spots.

British rapper KSI starts out at 18 with Really Love ft. Craig David & Digital Farm Animals, James Arthur is this week’s highest climber with TikTok hit Train Wreck, up 28 slots to Number 21, and Harry Styles collects his fifth chart hit from his latest album Fine Line as Golden debuts at Number 30.

More new entries this week come from: Australian rapper The Kid Laroi with So Done (31); US country singer Luke Combs and Forever After All (36); Kentucky rapper Jack Harlow with Tyler Herro (38); UK rappers Octavian & Skepta and their collaboration Papi Chulo (42); and Irish newcomer Lea Heart with her debut single Older (46).

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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