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  • POP:
    18 17 LADY GAGA & BRADLEY COOPER Shallow 5238 4923 315 30.566

    +68 Spins
    -1 Bullet
    +0.306 Audience

    HOT AC:
    5 2 LADY GAGA & BRADLEY COOPER Shallow 5758 5470 288 35.147

    +44 Spins
    +9 Bullet
    +0.208 Audience

    AC:
    2 2 LADY GAGA & BRADLEY COOPER Shallow 2270 2270 0 17.104

    +3 Spins
    +7 Bullet
    -0.160 Audience

    TOTAL AI: 91.157 (+0.514)

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    • CANADA

      5 (5) ASIB (27 weeks in the top 5)

      7 (7) Shallow (25 weeks in the top 10)

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      • Billboard 200
        12 (8) 27 ASIB

        Top Album Sales
        8 (7) 27 ASIB

        Billboard Hot 100
        13 (11) 28 Shallow

        Radio Songs
        11 (11) 24 Shallow

        Digital Songs
        4 (2) 29 Shallow
        44 (30) 25 ARUTW

        Streaming Songs
        43 (37) 14 Shallow

        Adult Contemporary Songs
        2 (2) 26 Shallow

        Adult Pop Songs
        4 (5) 27 Shallow (New Peak)

        Pop Songs
        20 (21) 18 Shallow (New Peak)

        SPAIN
        23 (25) 27 ASIB

        33 (32) 28 Shallow

        Streaming Albums
        19 (13) 27 ASIB

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        • Gaga is simply dominating Brazil (again)! Check out her performance on the two biggest music portals in Brazil:

          Vagalume

          Top Songs:

          #1 Shallow number #1 since February and still 60,3 points above the 2nd song
          #7 ARUTW
          #11 Shallow
          #16 INLA
          #62 ARUTW

          Top Artists

          #1 Lady Gaga*

          *She made 256.7 points in March, the highest score by an artist in 7 years (Adele, 277.7 points in March 2012)


          LETRAS

          Top Songs:

          #1 Shallow
          #38 ARUTW
          #67 INLA

          Top Artists

          #2 Lady Gaga (just behind a local Christian Music act)

          Last edited by Million; Tue April 16, 2019, 22:55.

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          • http://hitsdailydouble.com/news&id=3...OP-GOES-K-BOOM

            Tuesday, April 16, 2019

            TOP 20: K-POP GOES K-BOOM

            12. Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born (Interscope) 24-27k, 7-9k

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            • Originally posted by Moella View Post
              Switzerland
              2 (3) 28 Shallow
              10 (14) 27 ARUTW
              70 (81) 22 INLA
              +
              5 (4) 27 A Star Is Born

              Three debuts & Billie's album are above.

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              • Denmark
                3 (3) 22 ASIB

                4 (3) 18 Shallow

                Argentina
                8 (3) ASIB

                Iceland
                6 (7) 27 ASIB

                1(1) 23 ARUTW [7 weeks at #1]
                39 (37) 25 Shallow

                Estonia
                24 (18) 27 ASIB

                25 (26) 26 Shallow
                Last edited by Moella; Wed April 17, 2019, 10:22.

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                • No certifications for Gaga in Germany in the February and March reports

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                  • According to data provided by Nielsen Music, “Shallow” has now sold over one million copies in the United States alone (1,012,638, to be exact).

                    https://www.forbes.com/sites/hughmci.../#70e6e6d8696c

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                    • 2M tickets sold for ASIB in France now.

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                      • “A Star Is Born” is the 3rd best seller film of the year so far in UK:

                        https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...so-far__26092/

                        No figures provided but since the #1 has sold 1.1 million, I guess it must have sold more than half a million copies.

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                        • Shallow ties Shake It Off and All About That Bass as the 2nd female song with the most weeks in the top 10 of Canada ever (25 wks) and is on pace to become the 1st (Havana - 27 wks).

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                          • UWC

                            week 28

                            Shallow - Lady GaGa & Bradley Cooper
                            Interscope - 208.000

                            Total: 5,933,000

                            It will enter the alltime chart next week... Although I'm sure Shallow is between 9 and 10 million points.

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                            • Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper’s Oscar-winning Shallow is moving toward #1 on the Mediabase hot adult contemporary radio chart. It has a chance of getting there as soon as this week.

                              “Shallow” received 2,497 spins during the first three days of the April 14-20 tracking period. While the count still positions “Shallow” at #2 on the building/real-time chart, the song is within striking distance of #1. Benny Blanco, Halsey & Khalid’s “Eastside,” the building #1 song, maintains a lead of only 76 spins

                              https://headlineplanet.com/home/2019...-hot-ac-radio/


                              #1 on HAC on lock.

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                              • Austria
                                5 (9) 26 ASIB

                                24 (22) 27 Shallow
                                41 (49) 15 ARUTW

                                Poland
                                3 (6) 21 ASIB
                                Last edited by Moella; Thu April 18, 2019, 06:17.

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                                • Soundtrack 1,5 billion streams on Spotify

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                                  • Japan(Oricon)

                                    Physical
                                    225 (205) 23 ASIB (246/36,169)

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                                    • I hope Gaga will get back Japan one day.

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                                      • Originally posted by ViviLittleM View Post
                                        I hope Gaga will get back Japan one day.
                                        Japan is unexpectedly the only main market, probably the only market where the album didn't smash as in the rest of the world, it didn't flop by any means yet its performance was disappointing and it's surprising as Shallow still gets regular airplay over there and Gaga used to be big in Japan, plus soundtrack albums are always successful (Queen are currently smashing).
                                        Anyway, the album is probably at 45-50K with downloads and SPS included.
                                        Last edited by thebestdamnfan; Thu April 18, 2019, 18:12.

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                                        • Japan is a strange market anyway. Big Western albums usually don't do well over there (e.g. Adele's and Ed Sheeran's last two albums or Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black), while the Japanese sometimes pick up acts that don't really have a notable career in the rest of the world (e.g. Backstreet Boys during the last 10 years or Carly Rae Jepsen).

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                                          • Originally posted by theMathematician View Post
                                            Japan is a strange market anyway. Big Western albums usually don't do well over there (e.g. Adele's and Ed Sheeran's last two albums or Amy Winehouse's 'Back to Black), while the Japanese sometimes pick up acts that don't really have a notable career in the rest of the world (e.g. Backstreet Boys during the last 10 years or Carly Rae Jepsen).
                                            Actually, your statement is not 100% true. Both Adele and Ed Sheeran's last albums did pretty well in Japan. Divide is probably at 150K, while Adele finally broke Japan market after the Oscars (they can be very impactful in Japan). Of course, it didn't smash like in the rest of the world, but 21 was a successful era in Japan. Anyway, Gaga is not just a successful western act in Japan, she used to be big over there and AISB had everything it takes to smash in Japan (soundtrack album from a very popular star in Japan, radio support, popular movie, Oscar and Grammy exposure). That's why I'm really surprised by its performance.

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                                            • It surely depends on the point of view. Considering that both of Ed Sheeran's and Adele's last two albums were such chart juggernauts in most major music markets, their Japanese chart performance seems dismal in comparison. I mean, 'x' alone broke so many records, charting in four countries' top 10 for at least 2 years (including Ireland, where it has spent a massive 3 years in the top 10). In Japan, the album hasn't quite written chart history.
                                              It's true, Lady Gaga used to be one of the few Western acts to be very successful in Japan: 'The Fame' reached the million award (very rare for Western acts), 'Born This Way' and 'Artpop' reached No. 1 on the Albums Chart (also very rare for Western acts). My personal presumption: The Japanese love extravaganza and while she toned it down during the past few years, which gained her critical acclaim from Europe and America, the Japanese may prefer the crazy pop singer over the serious country singer. 'Joanne' has already hinted into that direction, having reached No. 10 and being currently uncertified in Japan.

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                                              • + the fact that she won't be touring for a while (or ever again) doesn't help.

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                                                • Originally posted by thebestdamnfan View Post
                                                  Anyway, Gaga is not just a successful western act in Japan, she used to be big over there and AISB had everything it takes to smash in Japan (soundtrack album from a very popular star in Japan, radio support, popular movie, Oscar and Grammy exposure). That's why I'm really surprised by its performance.
                                                  The movie was not that successful in Japan. It ďonlyĒ grossed like 14 million which is not bad but far from a phenomenon like Bohemian Rhapsody ($115 million in Japan).
                                                  So comparing this to BR is pointless (not to mention Queen were huge in Japan).
                                                  Other recent musicals like The Greatest Showman ($48 M) or La La Land ($38 M) outgrossed it as well.

                                                  I read an interesting article months ago (canít remember where) about the movie release in Japan and predicting it wonít work there, the main problem being its music. Japan is not into country-pop AT ALL. So, for them, it was just a drama where the stars happen to be singers... but they wonít find the music very interesting. And itís exactly what happened.

                                                  Japan already showed they were not too much into her Joanne style.

                                                  As @theMatematician pointed out, Japan loved crazy outfits and dance Gaga.

                                                  Anyway, Japan is one of the very few countries where it has not smashed, but around 50k is still way more than what most western acts, even big ones, sell nowadays there.

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                                                  • With ASIB, Gaga will become the only artist (along with Taylor) to appear on every year of this decade on the BB200's YEC and one of only three artists to do so. Nobody got it in this millennium, with Mariah Carey being the first and last artist to do it in the 90s.

                                                    2010: The Fame (#4), The Fame Monster (#13)
                                                    2011: Born This Way (#3), The Fame (#56)
                                                    2012: Born This Way (#85)
                                                    2013: ARTPOP (#103)
                                                    2014: ARTPOP (#34), Cheek To Cheek (#50)
                                                    2015: Cheek To Cheek (#125)
                                                    2016: Joanne (#108)
                                                    2017: Joanne (#35), The Fame (#157)
                                                    2018: A Star Is Born OST (#37)
                                                    2019: A Star Is Born OST (?) and maybe The Fame (?)

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