Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper's "Shallow" vying for "7 Rings" by Dethrone Ariana Grande, number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100



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"Shallow" could reach the top for the first time after his big Oscar night.

"Shallow" of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper is aiming for first place in the Billboard Hot 100 chart next week (March 9) and replaces Ariana Grande's "7 Rings", which dominated her first five weeks poll .

"Shallow", box office success A star is born, starring Gaga and Cooper (who also directed the film), is expected to skyrocket in feeds and sales during the follow-up week ending Feb. 28 after the pair played the ballad and won the Best Original Song Award at the 91st Academy Awards.

According to Hot 100, Nielsen Music combines weekly data on streaming, streaming and sales.

Projection of construction week data, "Shallow", published on Interscope Records, is expected to grow from 9.6 million US feeds (during the week ending Feb. 21) to more than 25 million and 35,000 downloads to more than 100,000, making it easily the first sale of the song of the week. Gaga's video and Oscar performance uploaded to her official YouTube channel are supported by the video.

"Shallow" is also expected to increase radio coverage after recording 26.6 million hearings in the follow-up week ending February 24th.

"7 Rings" on Republic Records could generate more than 40 million streams (after having attracted 44.5 million a week ago), 20,000 sales (against 27,000) and 80 million radio scopes (against 71.3 million).

Thus, while "7 rings" will outperform "Shallow" in streaming and streaming, the leaps of the latter in the three metrics, including streaming and sales, may be enough to exceed the number 1 holder of Hot 100.

"Shallow" is in 21st place in the last Hot 100 dated March 2, in its 21st week on the list – and has reached a # 5 peak so far in its second frame (October 20, 2018). ). Gaga is looking for her fourth Hot 100 No.1, after "Just Dance", with Colby O 'Donis (for three weeks in January 2009), "Poker Face" (two in April 2009) and "Born This Way" (six , February-April 2011). Cooper targets his first Hot 100 leader.

Highlights from next week's Hot 100 should be posted on Billboard.com on Monday, March 4th, and all diagrams will be posted the next day.

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