On the Irish album charts this week, Lewis Capaldi has chalked up an eighth non-consecutive week in the number one slot with Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.

Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy's Without Fear remains in second position, while Stormzy's Heavy Is the Head rises one to third place.

US pop star Selena Gomez is the highest new entry this week at number four for her third solo album Rare, becoming her highest charting album to date. Gomez scored her first number one single in Ireland in late 2019 with Lose You to Love Me.

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Harry Styles claims fifth position with Fine Line, while in at number six is Dundalk singer-songwriter David Keenan with his debut album A Beginner’s Guide to Bravery, the best-selling album of the week on vinyl.

Over on the singles chart, Scotsman Capaldi has made it an eighth week at number one with Before You Go.

Dua Lipa's Don't Start Now and Stormzy's Own It featuring Ed Sheeran and Burna Boy remain in second and third place respectively. 

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Californian rapper Roddy Ricch is the highest climber on the Irish singles chart as he makes it to the top ten for the first time. He rises twelve places with his breakthrough single The Box, landing in at number four.

Future & Drake score the week’s highest new entry at number five with Life Is Good.

Over on the Irish Homegrown chart, Dermot Kennedy holds onto the top spot with Outnumbered, while Niall Horan's Nice To Meet Ya remains in second place.

The biggest new entry comes from Picture This, at three with their single Winona Ryder.

Dermot Kennedy's Rome is in fourth position, with Picture This rounding off the top five with One Night.

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