Dua Lipa has beaten all comers to top the Irish album chart for the first with her universally-acclaimed second album Future Nostalgia.

The new album from the London-born singer is also 2020's biggest opening week for a female artist so far. 

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Future Nostalgia is the most streamed and purchased album on vinyl in Ireland this week, outselling Lewis Capaldi’s ubiquitous Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent by nearly three to one.

Lipa’s self-titled debut has also benefited and reached Number 3 on the Official Irish Albums Chart this week.

The biggest album on CD this week, 5 Seconds of Summer’s Calm debuts at Number 4, giving them their fourth Top 5 album.

Pearl Jam also debut in the Top 10 at 6 with Gigaton, this week’s most downloaded album and the band’s first Top 10 album in over six years.

Massachusetts rapper Joyner Lucas lands at Number 12 with his debut album ADHD, while at Number 19 are UK rappers Skepta, Chip & Young Adz with their first collaborative record Insomnia.

There’s a re-entry for The Beautiful South’s Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott and their fourth album Manchester Calling at 25, Canadian rapper PARTYNEXTDOOR streams his way to Number 29 with his third album Partymobile, and Hozier’s Number 1 album Wasteland, Baby! returns to the Top 50 at 30 following his appearance on RTÉ One’s The Late Late Show.

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Also this week, Dublin folk-metal group The Scratch enter at Number 41 with their debut album Couldn’t Give A Rats.