Lewis Capaldi has become the first artist of the 2020s to top the Official Irish Singles and Albums Charts at the same time.

The Scotsman has lots to celebrate this weekend as he has claimed the first Official Irish Chart double of the new decade, making him the first act to do it since Ariana Grande last February.

Capaldi's catchy tune, Before You Go, secures a seventh week atop the Official Irish Singles Chart, while 2019's biggest album Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent hits its seventh, non-consecutive week at Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart, marking its first time at Number 1 since October.

The achievement follows yesterday’s announcement from IRMA and the Official Charts Company that Capaldi’s debut was the best-selling album in Ireland of 2019.

Also on this week's Official Irish Albums Chart, ÷ by Ed Sheeran, the act with the most weeks at Number 1 last decade, returns to the Top 10 at 10.

Ed Sheeran is back in the album charts

Justin Bieber scores this week's highest new entry with Yummy at Number 8, his 18th Top 10 single and 49th chart hit in total.

The rebel song Come out Ye Black and Tans by The Wolfe Tones has hit the top of the iTunes charts. It comes after the Government was forced to postpone a commemoration ceremony for the Royal Irish Constabulary in Dublin Castle.

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