2021's biggest breakthrough star Olivia Rodrigo has denied British rapper KSI his second Number 1 on the official Irish albums chart.

Rodrigo claimed the most physical sales and album streams this week to return to Number 1 for an eighth week with her debut album Sour.

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KSI, whose debut solo album Dissimulation reached Number 1 in Ireland in 2019, is Number 2 this week with his second album All Over The Place, which was the most downloaded album of the past seven days.

In its fourth week on chart, Doja Cat’s third studio album Planet Her rises to a new peak position of Number 3, while US rapper Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album Faith opens at Number 6; his debut Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon spent six weeks at Number 1 in 2020.

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American guitarist John Mayer scoops his fourth Top 50 entry with Sob Rock (Number 14), Foo Fighters’ Record Store Day release Hail Satin, which sees them cover Bee Gees classics under the moniker Dee Gees, makes a Top 50 debut (Number 27), while after being reissued on vinyl for the same event, The Cranberries’ greatest hits collection Stars makes a chart return (Number 37).

Official Irish albums chart Top 5

1 (last week) 1 Sour (This Week) - Olivia Rodrigo (Geffen)

New 2 All Over The Place - KSI (BMG)

4 3 Planet Her -Doja Cat (Ministry Of Sound)

5 4 Without Fear - Dermot Kennedy (Island)

6 5 Future Nostalgia - Dua Lipa (Warner Records)

Over on Irish singles chart, Ed Sheeran scores a fourth week at Number 1 on the official Irish singles chart with Bad Habits.

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The singer-songwriter holds a lead of over 4,000 chart sales ahead of his closest competition, racking up 1.3 million streams this week, ahead of Australian singer/rapper The Kid Laroi and Canadian popstar Justin Bieber with Stay, which lifts one place to a new peak of Number 2.

Official Irish singles chart Top 5

1 (last week) 1 (this week) Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran (Atlantic)

3 2 Stay - The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber (Def Jam/RCA)

2 3 Good 4 U - Olivia Rodrigo (Geffen)

7 4 Black Magic - Jonasu (3 Beat)

5 5 Heartbreak Anthem - Galantis, David Guetta & Little Mix (Atlantic/RCA)

Meanwhile, Imelda May and Picture This, Niall Horan and Lea Heart top the biggest-selling Irish albums and singles released in 2021 so far.

May's 11 Past The Hour is officially the biggest album released this year so far by a homegrown act, while Picture This take top honours for a band with their third LP Life in Colour.

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Bicep fly the flag for Northern Ireland in third place with their second album Isles, released back in January, while the acclaimed, self-titled debut album from Dublin poet and singer For Those I Love ranks fourth. Declan O’Rourke’s Arrivals, the highest-charting of his career, rounds out the Top 5 in fifth position.

Finally, records from John Spillane, Kojaque and Saint Sister close out the Top 10 as 100 Snow White Horses, Town’s Dead, and Where Should I End chart at 8, 9 and 10 respectively.