Drake has seen off competition from Kanye West and Iron Maiden to claim his third number one on the Irish albums chart.

The Canadian rapper's sixth studio album Certified Lover Boy has joined Scorpion (2018) and Dark Lane Demo Tapes (2020) as chart-topping albums.

Last week’s number one, Donda by Kanye West, drops one slot to second position, ahead of British rockers Iron Maiden at number three with Senjutsu. The band's seventeenth album, Senjutsu scored the most physical sales of the week.

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Sour by Olivia Rodrigo and Abba's Gold The Greatest Hits round off the top five in the fourth and fifth position respectively.

In at number eight and into the top ten for the first time, 26 years since its release, is Heartworm by Dublin alt-rock group Whipping Boy. The album reaches new heights thanks to a new CD and vinyl reissue featuring 10 B-sides and demos.

On the singles chart, Ed Sheeran reigns supreme for an eleventh straight week with Bad Habits, making it one of the country's longest reigning number ones of all time.

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The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber narrowly miss out on claiming the top spot with Stay, number two for the eighth week in a row.

Drake scores three new top ten hits from his number one album Certified Lover Boy: Girls Want Girls ft. Lil Baby (3), Travis Scott collaboration Fair Trade (4) and solo cut Champagne Poetry (6).

Becky Hill & David Guetta's Remember is in the fifth spot on the singles chart.

On the Irish Homegrown chart, Dermot Kennedy stays at number one for a sixth week with Better Days. Rain Radio & DJ Craig Gorman retain the second spot with Talk About, and Picture This keep the third position with Addict of Magic.

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Shane Codd and Charlotte Haining are still in fourth place with Always on my Mind while The Script's I Want It All is in fifth.

James Vincent McMorrow collects the highest new entry on the homegrown chart, with his single Tru Love debuting at number nine.

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