Shallow lands Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper fifth week at #1
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Shallow lands Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper fifth week at #1

March 9, 2019

Moves for Khalid, Dominic Fike, Lauv & Troye Sivan and more!

After returning to #1 last week, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s ‘Shallow’ holds the top spot on the Singles Chart again this week. It’s the Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe-winning song’s fifth week at #1.
 
In its third week in the Top Ten, Khalid’s ‘Talk’ moves up one spot to nab another new peak at #7.
 
Dominic Fike’s debut chart entry, ‘3 Nights’, moves up six spots to a new peak of #12. It’s the track’s eighth week in the Top 50.
 
Moving up seven spots to #22, the Lauv and Troye Sivan collaboration ‘I’m So Tired…’ hits a new peak at #22 in its sixth week on the chart.

Debuts:

#5: Jonas Brothers ‘Sucker’ – The recently-reunited Jonas Brothers make their first Singles Chart appearance since 2008 with ‘Sucker’. The trio’s first single since 2013 is their first Top Ten in Australia and takes over from ‘Burnin’ Up’ (31 Oct. ’08) as their highest chart peak.
 
#44: Benny Blanco, Tainy, Selena Gomez, J Balvin ‘I Can’t Get Enough’ – American producer Benny Blanco, Puerto Rican producer Tainy, American singer Selena Gomez and Colombian singer J Balvin hit the Singles Chart with ‘I Can’t Get Enough’. The track features lyrics sung in both English and Spanish. It’s Blanco’s first new entry since ‘Eastside’ (#2 Aug. ’18). Gomez last charted with ‘Back To You’ (#4 Jun. ’18). J Balvin was a featured artist on Cardi B’s ‘I Like It’ (#14 Jul. ’18). It’s Tainy’s first chart appearance.
 
#46: Juice WRLD ‘Robbery’ – Juice WRLD takes out a second entry in the ARIA Top 50 with ‘Robbery’. The track comes from the American rapper’s new album, Death Race For Love. He previously peaked at #8 in July 2018 with ‘Lucid Dreams’.