British rapper Dave has stormed to number one on the Official Irish Albums Chart with his second album We're All Alone In This Together.

Last week’s number one, Sour by Olivia Rodrigo, slips to number two, ahead of a re-entry for The Saw Doctors with their classic album If This Is Rock and Roll, I Want My Old Job Back at number three.

The Galway rock band’s debut album was reissued on vinyl for its 30th anniversary and originally peaked at number one in 1991.

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English popstar Anne-Marie is in the fourth spot with her album Therapy, matching the peak position of her 2018 debut album Speak Your Mind.

Dermot Kennedy's Without Fear rounds off the top five.

Over on the singles chart, Ed Sheeran retains the top position for the fifth week with Bad Habits, Stay by The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber is in the second spot and Olivia Rodrigo's Good 4 U is in third.

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Jonasu's Black Magic and Galantis, David Guetta & Little Mix's Heartbreak take the fourth and fifth position respectively.

Lil Nas X has secured the highest new entry on this week's singles chart with his new track Industry Baby.

Boosted by big video streaming numbers, the collaboration with Jack Harlow opens at number seven, becoming the US rap artist’s third Top 10 in Ireland.

Lil Nas X has the highest new entry on this week's singles chart with Industry Baby

Taken from his chart-topping album We’re All Alone In This Together, Dave claims three entries in this week’s Top 20. Clash with Stormzy returns to its peak position of eight, Verdansk debuts at nine and In The Fire ignites at 13.

On the official lrish Homegrown Chart, Dermot Kennedy lands the highest new entry with Better Days at number four.

Anne-Marie & Niall Horan retain the top spot in the homegrown chart for the tenth week with Our Song, Rain Radio & DJ Craig Gorman are in second position with Talk About and Picture this are in third with Addict of Magic.

Irish Women in Harmony scoop a third consecutive Homegrown Top 20 hit with Only A Woman at 13. The collective will perform on RTÉ One's The Sound of Saturday Night tomorrow, July 31.

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