Tones and I scores Ireland’s longest-reigning Number 1 by a female lead artist in eight years with Dance Monkey

Dermot Kennedy takes out three places in the Top 10, and there's new entries from Travis Scott and Niall Horan.

Tones and I continues to dominate the Official Irish Singles Chart, leading for a seventh week with Dance Monkey.

The 19-year-old Australian now has Ireland’s longest-reigning Number 1 by a female lead artist in eight years, matching the seven consecutive weeks achieved by Rihanna’s We Found Love ft. Calvin Harris.

Tones once again outsold her two closest rivals combined, those being Kosovan DJ Regard, who lifts one place to a new peak of Number 2 with Ride It, and US rapper Travis Scott, who claims this week’s highest new entry and his best chart placement to date with Highest In The Room at Number 3.

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Dermot Kennedy claims three Top 10 singles this week with tracks from his debut album Without Fear; Rome opens at Number 5, ahead of What Have I Done at Number 6, and previous Official Chart runner-up Outnumbered at Number 8.

Lewis Capaldi’s re-released single Bruises makes moves to a new high of 14, one slot ahead of Niall Horan’s Nice To Meet Ya, new at 15. US country duo Dan + Shay also score a new entry this week at 17; 10,000 Hours ft. Justin Bieber becomes their first Top 50 hit and Justin’s 47th.

Post Malone’s Take What You Want featuring Ozzy Osbourne and Travis Scott make its first Top 50 appearance at Number 37, becoming Post’s 27th Top 50 and Ozzy’s first in 16 years since Changes with his daughter Kelly topped out at Number 7 in 2003. Juice WRLD also scores a new entry this week with Bandit ft. Youngboy Never at Number 38.

Finally, there are new peak placings this week for: Blackbear’s Hot Girl Bummer (26); South of the Border from Ed Sheeran ft. Camila Cabello & Cardi B (28); Tiesto & Mabel’s God Is A Dancer (35); and Love Me Again by Raye (47).

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

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