Lady Gaga Duet Sparks Bradley Cooper's Chart Debut With 'Shallow' From 'A Star Is Born'

Lady Gaga Duet Sparks Bradley Cooper's Chart Debut With 'Shallow' From 'A Star Is Born'


The tune ought to soar subsequent week following its first full week of monitoring.

As audiences gear up for the romantic musical drama A Star Is Born, due in theaters Friday (Oct. 5), Bradley Cooper makes his Streets Talkin chart debut because of the duet "Shallow" with co-star Lady Gaga.

The ballad debuts at No. 14 on the all-genre Digital Song Sales chart (dated Oct. 6) and No. four on the Pop Digital Song Sales survey with 12,000 downloads offered within the monitoring week ending Sept. 27, in response to Nielsen Music.

Notably, the monitor debuts with only a half-day of monitoring, because it was launched on the ultimate day of the Sept. 21-27 monitoring week. As such, the tune will seemingly make a large leap on subsequent week's charts (dated Oct. 13) and may debut on the streaming, airplay and sales-based Streets Talkin Hot 100 subsequent week. According to constructing Nielsen Music information, "Shallow" is the top-selling tune of the present monitoring week (ending Oct. four), with over 35,000 offered thus far.

The tune, the lead single from the A Star Is Born soundtrack (additionally due Oct. 5), was co-written by Gaga, Mark Ronson, former Dirty Pretty Things vocalist Anthony Rossomando and Miike Snow vocalist Andrew Wyatt.

The soundtrack options 4 different Gaga/Cooper duets, together with 5 solo Cooper cuts and eight songs solely by Gaga. Writing credit on the set embody Jason Isbell, Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter, Lukas Nelson and Natalie Hemby.

Cooper makes his directorial debut with A Star Is Born and co-produced and co-wrote the screenplay for the movie. He portrays musician Jackson Maine, who discovers Gaga's character Ally, within the newest remake of the unique 1937 film starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March. The movie was tailored right into a musical in 1954 starring Judy Garland and remade as a musical in 1976 starring Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson.