Beyoncé's surprise album Lemonade has beaten Prince to the number one spot on the new Irish album chart but the purple one does have a total of three albums in the top ten, and four albums in the top twenty.
Lemonade features collaborations with The Weeknd, Jack White, Kendrick Lamar and James Blake, but most interest has been over the lyrics which allude to apparent infidelity by her husband Jay Z.
Both Rita Ora and designer Rachel Roy both denied having an affair with Jay Z as fans fans try to figure out who is the mystery "Becky with the good hair" mentioned in one of the songs.
The late Prince meanwhile occupies both second and third place, while his classic album, Sing O' The Times, is a new entry at number ten.
Beyoncé and Prince pictured at the Grammies in 2004
Ireland's top 10 albums
- Lemonade - Beyoncé (Columbia) New
- The Very Best Of Prince - Prince (Warner Bros)
- Ultimate Prince - Prince WSM)
- Everything This Way - Walking On Cars (Virgin EMI)
- 25 - Adele (XL Recordings)
- Purpose - Justin Bieber (Def Jam)
- The Best Of Smokie - Smokie (Camden)
- This Is Acting - Sia (Monkey Puzzle)
- x - Ed Sheeran (Asylum)
- Sign 'O' The Times - Prince (Warner Bros) New
Ireland's top 10 singles
Sia on top of the singles charts
- Cheap Thrills - Sia Feat. Sean Paul (Monkey Puzzle)
- I Took A Pill In Ibiza - Mike Posner (Island)
- One Dance - Drake Feat. Wizkid & Kyla (Cash Money)
- Work From Home - Fifth Harmony Feat. Ty Dolla $ign (Epic)
- Lush Life - Zara Larsson (Epic)
- Cake By The Ocean - Dnce (Republic)
- Faded - Alan Walker (Sony Music)
- 7 Years - Lukas Graham (Warner Bros)
- Stressed Out - Twenty One Pilots (Fueled By Ramen)
- Fast Car - Jonas Blue Feat. Dakota (Positiva)