Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello score the longest-reigning Irish Number 1 of 2019 so far with Senorita

Ariana Grande makes a Top 3 debut with her Social House collab Boyfriend.

Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello’s Señorita is officially the longest-reigning Number 1 of 2019 so far.

Señorita tops the Official Irish Singles Chart for a seventh week, securing the most audio streams and downloads of the last seven days. Seven weeks means the track now surpasses Lewis Capaldi’s Someone You Loved and Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber’s I Don’t Care for most weeks leading the Top 50 this year – both of those achieved six consecutive weeks.

Ariana Grande claims this week’s highest new entry with her Social House collaboration Boyfriend. Debuting at Number 3, the track had the most video streams this week and becomes Ariana’s 12th Top 5 hit.

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Kygo & Whitney Houston breach the Top 10 for the first time with Higher Love, up one to Number 10. The song becomes Whitney’s first Top 10 hit in Ireland since Million Dollar Bill reached Number 8 in October 2009.

Lil Tecca is this week’s highest climber, lifting 14 places to 11 with Ransom, while AJ Tracey’s Ladbroke Grove and Sorry by Joel Corry also occupy Top 20 slots for the first time at 15 and 20 respectively.

Lauv & Anne-Marie’s 13 Reasons Why soundtrack song F**k I’m Lonely debuts at Number 29, while Manchester rapper Aitch scores his first Top 50 hit as a lead artist with Taste (Make It Shake) at Number 42.

The current Number 1 single in Australia, Tones & I makes her first Irish Chart appearance with Dance Monkey (45), and finally, So High by rappers Mist & Fredo - already a Top 10 hit in the UK - impacts the Top 50 for the first time (50).

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See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

Official Irish Homegrown Top 20

Emerging groups Wild Youth and Chasing Abbey secure new entries on this week’s Homegrown Chart.

Wild Youth’s first new material since releasing their Top 5 EP The Last Goodbye earlier in the year, Long Time No See was released in July and makes its chart debut at Number 18.

Released last Friday, Dominoes by dance/hip-hop trio Chasing Abbey goes straight in at Number 20.

At the top of the chart, Dermot Kennedy logs an eighth week at Number 1 with Outnumbered, while RuthAnne vaults five places to Number 4 with The Vow. Her new single Unrequited was released today (August 9).

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