The Weeknd claims highest new entry in Irish singles rankings with Take My Breath

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The Weeknd claims the new highest entry on this week’s official Irish Singles chart with Take My Breath.

The first single from her upcoming fifth studio album enters at number 12, becoming the Canadian artist’s 16th Top 20 hit in Ireland.

Ed Sheeran sits at number 1 for a seventh week with Bad Habits, but The Kid Laroi is getting closer than ever to Ed with his collaboration with Justin Bieber Stay, which ends less than 500 sales behind Bad Habits.

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New personal bests are set in this week’s Top 10 by German producer Jonasu with Black Magic, up two places to number 4, and Remember by Becky Hill & David Guetta, which climbed three places to number 7.

KSI claims their 13th Top 50 with Lose at 20, while Mabel climbs 17 places to 23 with this week’s tallest climber, Let Them Know. There are also big wins for Sleep Hallow’s 2055 at 27, and You For Me by Sigala & Rita Ora at 35.

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TikTok star Nessa Barrett debuts official Irish Singles Chart with I Hope Ur Miserable Until Ur Dead (38), Dua Lipa achieves eighth Top 50 hit on her album Future Nostalgia with Love Again (45 ), and finally, David Guetta wins his 42nd Irish chart hit with If You Really Love Me with Mistajam ft. John Newman.

See the Top 50 of the official Irish Singles Rankings

Listen to the official graphic with Bláthnaid Treacy at 7 p.m. every Friday on RTÉ 2FM.

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