Lady Gaga's 'Shallow' Is Now Her Longest-Leading No. 1 on Digital Song Sales Chart

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Lady Gaga attends a photocall for the film "A Star is Born" presented out of competition on Aug. 31, 2018 during the 75th Venice Film Festival at Venice Lido.

Gaga's duet with Bradley Cooper from "A Star Is Born" reigns for a fifth week.

Lady Gaga hits a new a personal high atop Billboard's Digital Song Sales chart, as "Shallow," with Bradley Cooper, tops the tally for a fifth week.

Gaga previously led the list for four weeks each with three prior No. 1s on the chart: "Just Dance," "Bad Romance" and "Born This Way."

Here's a recap of Gaga's six Digital Song Sales No. 1s, ranked by their weeks spent at the summit:

Five weeks (to date), "Shallow," with Bradley Cooper, beginning Oct. 13, 2018
Four, "Born This Way," Feb. 26, 2011
Four, "Bad Romance," Dec. 5, 2009
Four, "Just Dance," feat. Colby O'Donis, Jan. 10, 2009
One, "Million Reasons," Feb. 25, 2017
One, "Poker Face," April 11, 2009

"Shallow" remains atop the chart with 36,000 sold in the week ending Nov. 1, according to Nielsen Music, and has sold 274,000 to date.

Gaga and Cooper's soundtrack to A Star Is Born, starring the pair, spent its first three weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, also setting a new highpoint for Gaga, as it bested Born This Way, which ruled for two weeks in 2011, as her longest-leading No. 1 set.

On the streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Billboard Hot 100, "Shallow" ranks at No. 21 after reaching No. 5 three weeks ago. It gains by 30 percent to 23.3 million in all-format radio audience in the week ending Nov. 4, according to Nielsen Music, and debuts at No. 50 on the all-genre Radio Songs chart. It becomes Gaga's eighth top 10 on the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart (14-10) and, at four weeks, completes her fastest flight to the tier, topping the five-week climb of "Born This Way."

"Shallow" also rises 19-16 on Adult Contemporary and 34-31 on Pop Songs.

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