Olivia Rodrigo becomes the first woman in history to hold all top 3 positions on the Official Irish Singles Chart concurrently.

Olivia Rodrigo has claimed an Irish chart double as her debut album SOUR lands at Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart and latest single Good 4 U retains the top spot of the Official Irish Singles Chart.

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In addition, Rodrigo's previous single, Deja Vu rises to a new peak of Number 2, and album track Traitor is this week's highest new entry at Number 3, marking the first time in Official Irish Chart history a female artist has held all of the Top 3 positions concurrently

Only Justin Bieber and Ed Sheeran have achieved this previously.

The 18-year-old pop-rock rising star's album has racked up the biggest opening week of chart sales so far in 2021, surpassing the previous best set just last week by J. Cole’s The Off-Season.

Over on the Official Irish Homegrown Chart Niall Horan has claimed his third Number 1 with Our Song.

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The collaboration with British pop star Anne-Marie was the biggest song of the week by an Irish act and also made a Top 10 debut on the Official Irish Singles Chart at Number 10.

Our Song joins 2019’s Nice To Meet Ya and 2020’s No Judgement as Homegrown Number 1s for Niall. In total, the singer from Westmeath has had eight Homegrown Top 20 hits.