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List of top 10 singles in 2020 (Ireland)

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Justin Bieber's track "Yummy" became the first new top-ten hit of the decade on the chart dated 10 January.
Justin Bieber's track "Yummy" became the first new top-ten hit of the decade on the chart dated 10 January.

This is a list of singles that have peaked in the top 10 of the Irish Singles Chart during 2020, as compiled by the Official Charts Company on behalf of the Irish Recorded Music Association.[1]

Background

Fifty-five songs have charted in the top ten of the Irish Singles Chart as of the 31 July 2020. Of these, forty-seven songs reached their peak during 2020. Lewis Capaldi's "Before You Go" began the new decade as the number one single, spending its seventh consecutive week at the summit. [2] "Yummy" by Justin Bieber became the first new top ten entry of the year, debuting at number eight on the 10 January. [3]

Chart debuts

Twenty-three artists have achieved their first top 10 single in 2019 (as of week ending 31 July), either as a lead or featured artist.

Artist Number of top 10s First entry Chart position Other entries
Roddy Ricch 2 "The Box" 4 "Rockstar"
Juice Wrld 1 "Godzilla" 1
Saint Jhn 1 "Roses" 6
Doja Cat 2 "Say So" 9 "Boss Bitch"
Aitch 1 "Rain" 10
Tay Keith 1
Lil Mosey 1 "Blueberry Faygo" 8
Powfu 1 "Death Bed (Coffee for Your Head)" 8
beabadoobee 1
Megan Thee Stallion 1 "Savage" 10
Benee 1 "Supalonely" 10
Gus Dapperton 1
Giveon 1 "Chicago Freestyle" 9
S1mba 1 "Rover" 10
DTG 1
Daði Freyr 1 "Think About Things" 4
Topic 1 "Breaking Me" 8
A7S 1
Josh 685 1 "Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)" 6
StaySolidRocky 1 "Party Girl" 10
220 Kid 1 "Don't Need Love" 10
GRACEY 1
Bon Iver 1 "Exile" 3

Top-ten singles

Key
  •  ◁  – indicates single's top 10 entry was also its chart debut
  • An asterisk indicates the track is in the top 10 dated 24 July 2020.[4]
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in
top ten
Reference
Singles from 2019
6 December "Roxanne" [A] Arizona Zervas 4 3 January 9 [5]
27 December "My Oh My" [B] Camila Cabello (featuring DaBaby) 6 10 January 6
Singles from 2020
10 January "Yummy" ◁ Justin Bieber 8 10 January 1 [6]
17 January "The Box" Roddy Ricch 2 24 January 13 [7]
"Life Is Good" ◁ Future (featuring Drake) 5 17 January 7
"Blinding Lights" The Weeknd 1 31 January 21
24 January "Godzilla" ◁ Eminem (featuring Juice Wrld) 1 24 January 6 [8]
7 February "Physical" ◁ Dua Lipa 2 3 April 8 [9]
14 February "Roses" Saint Jhn 1 6 March 15 [10]
"You Should Be Sad" Halsey 5 13 March 7
21 February "No Time to Die" ◁ Billie Eilish 1 21 February 4 [11]
"Intentions" Justin Bieber (featuring Quavo) 7 28 February 8
28 February "Lonely" Joel Corry 3 27 March 7 [12]
6 March "Stupid Love" ◁ Lady Gaga 6 6 March 1 [13]
"Say So" Doja Cat 4 13 March 5
13 March "Rain" ◁ Aitch & AJ Tracey (featuring Tay Keith) 10 13 March 1 [14]
20 March "No Judgement" Niall Horan 6 20 March 2 [15]
3 April "Break My Heart" ◁ Dua Lipa 3 3 April 12 [16]
"Blueberry Faygo" Lil Mosey 4 24 April 6
10 April "Toosie Slide" ◁ Drake 1 1 May 11 [17]
"Death Bed (Coffee for Your Head)" Powfu (featuring beabadoobee) 7 17 April 6
17 April "Boss Bitch" Doja Cat 8 17 April 3 [18]
"Boyfriend" Mabel 9 17 April 1
"Savage" Megan Thee Stallion 3 8 May 9
24 April "Rockstar" ◁ DaBaby (featuring Roddy Ricch) 1 15 May 12 [19]
"Supalonely" Benee (featuring Gus Dapperton) 10 24 April 1
1 May "The Scotts" ◁ The Scotts (Travis Scott and Kid Cudi) 2 1 May 2 [20]
"Righteous" ◁ Juice Wrld 7 1 May 1
8 May "Chicago Freestyle" ◁ Drake (featuring Giveon) 9 8 May 1 [21]
15 May "Stuck with U" ◁ Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber 2 15 May 3 [22]
"Gooba" ◁ 6ix9ine 4 15 May 2
"Rover" S1mba (featuring DTG) 3 12 June 11
22 May "Think About Things" Daði Freyr 3 29 May 7 [23]
29 May "Rain on Me" ◁ Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande 1 29 May 9 [24]
"Watermelon Sugar" Harry Styles 2 17 July 10*
5 June "Breaking Me" Topic & A7S 3 26 June 9* [25]
12 June "Secrets" Regard & Raye 8 3 July 8* [26]
26 June "Savage Love (Laxed – Siren Beat)" Jawsh 685 & Jason Derulo 1 17 July 6* [27]
"Party Girl" StaySolidRocky 10 26 June 2
3 July "Giants" Dermot Kennedy 2 3 July 5* [28]
"Don't Need Love" 220 Kid & GRACEY 9 10 July 2
17 July "Head & Heart" Joel Corry (featuring MNEK) 1 24 July 3* [29]
"Come & Go" ◁ Juice Wrld & Marshmello 6 17 July 3*
"Wishing Well" ◁ Juice Wrld 9 17 July 2
31 July "Exile" ◁ Taylor Swift (featuring Bon Iver) 3 31 July 1* [30]
"Cardigan" ◁ Taylor Swift 4 31 July 1*
"The 1" ◁ 7 31 July 1*

2019 peaks

List of Irish Singles Chart top ten singles in 2020 which peaked in 2019
Top ten
entry date
Single Artist(s) Peak Peak date Weeks in top ten Reference
2019 2020 Total
30 August "Dance Monkey" Tones and I 1 30 August 16 1 17 [31]
1 November "Memories" Maroon 5 5 13 December 9 2 11 [32]
8 November "Don't Start Now" ◁ Dua Lipa 1 8 November 8 10 18 [33]
15 November "Lose Control" Meduza, Becky Hill & Goodboys 7 6 December 5 2 7 [34]
22 November "Everything I Wanted" Billie Eilish 1 22 November 6 8 14 [35]
29 November "Before You Go" Lewis Capaldi 1 29 November 5 8 13 [36]
"Own It" ◁ Stormzy (featuring Ed Sheeran & Burna Boy) 2 20 December 5 6 11
13 December "Adore You" ◁ Harry Styles 4 20 December 2 7 9 [37]

Entries by artist

Dua Lipa has charted the most (3) top 10 singles in 2020, coinciding with her number-one album "Future Nostalgia."
Dua Lipa has charted the most (3) top 10 singles in 2020, coinciding with her number-one album "Future Nostalgia."

The following table shows artists who achieved two or more top 10 entries in 2020, including songs that reached their peak in 2019. The figures include both main artists and featured artists. The culmulative number of weeks an artist's tracks spent in the top ten in 2020 is also shown.

Entries Artist Country of origin Weeks Songs
4 Juice Wrld  United States 12* "Godzilla", "Righteous", "Come & Go", "Wishing Well"
3 Dua Lipa  United Kingdom 29 "Don't Start Now", "Physical", "Break My Heart"
Justin Bieber  Canada 12 "Yummy", "Intentions", "Stuck with U"
Taylor Swift  United States 3* "Exile", "Cardigan", "The 1"
2 Billie Eilish  United States 12 "Everything I Wanted", "No Time to Die"
Doja Cat  United States 8 "Say So", "Boss Bitch"
DaBaby  United States 18 "My Oh My", "Rockstar"
Roddy Ricch  United States 25 "The Box", "Rockstar"
Drake  Canada 12 "Toosie Slide", "Chicago Freestyle"
Lady Gaga  United States 10 "Stupid Love", "Rain on Me"
Ariana Grande  United States 12 "Stuck with U", "Rain on Me"
Harry Styles  United Kingdom 17* "Adore You", "Watermelon Sugar"
Joel Corry  United Kingdom 10* "Lonely", "Head & Heart"

Notes

References

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