Jazzy is first Irish female artist to hit No 1 in 14 years
Irish singer Jazzy has become the first Irish female to reach number one in the official Irish singles chart in 14 years.
The 26-year old musician, who hails from Crumlin, Co Dublin, has topped the charts with her track Giving Me.
The single had been in the top three for the past five weeks, and has also broken into the top 40 in the UK.
The late Julie-Anne Dineen was the last female Irish act to hit No 1 in Ireland when her charity single Do You Believe reached the top of in Irish Singles Chart in March 2009.
Jazzy’s success marks her second major achievement in just a week – Giving Me topped the Spotify Ireland Top 50 a week ago, making her the first Irish female artist to do so since the streaming platform launched in Ireland in 2012.
Jazzy shot to fame last year as the vocalist on the dance duo Belters Only smash hit, Make Me Feel Good, which made it to No 1 in Ireland and No 4 the UK.
Jazzy credits her start in music to the music programme at St Agnes’ Primary School, Crumlin, where she learned violin.