Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper's 'A Star Is Born' Dominates Australia's Charts

Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper's 'A Star Is Born' Dominates Australia's Charts


Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born (Interscope/Universal) continues to streak throughout Australia’s charts because the film soundtrack and its single “Shallow” full the double for a 3rd consecutive week.  

Powered by the dramatic movie starring Gaga and Cooper, “Shallow” is one in every of three tracks from the soundtrack at present impacting the chart, as "Always Remember Us This Way" dips 12-13 and "I’ll Never Love Again" holds at No. 19.

Ariana Grande claimed the U.Ok. chart crown however she misses out on prime spot on the ARIA Singles Chart with “Thank U, Next” (Universal), which begins at No. 2 for the American pop star’s fourth prime ten entry for 2018. The subsequent greatest debut on the most recent singles survey is Harlem-based rapper Sheck Wes’ “Mo Bamba” (Universal), at No. 48.

Meanwhile, Halsey’s “Without Me” (Capitol/EMI) finds a brand new peak in its fifth week on the singles chart, rising 5-Four.

On the ARIA Albums Chart, Queen make a wonderful displaying off the again of the theatrical launch of the biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. Three of the British rock band’s albums clinch prime 10 spots, led by the movie soundtrack Bohemian Rhapsody (Virgin/Universal) which holds at No. 2 for a second week, whereas their 15-times platinum Greatest Hits is up 11-Three and The Platinum Collection improves 18-5. Also, Queen’s eight-times platinum Greatest Hits II  re-enters the chart at No. 26.

The movie sparks a return to the singles chart for Queen’s iconic tune "Bohemian Rhapsody," which reenters at No. 26. The tune led the chart for 2 weeks following its launch in 1976 and bounced again to the survey in early 1992 within the wake of Freddie Mercury’s dying, peaking at No. 5.