On the one-year anniversary Saturday of the launch of the track for “A Star Is Born,” Lady Gaga was exemplified with a plaque honoring the album’s exchanges milestones — along with double-platinum status in the U.S. and furthermore than 6 million copies sold globally, as per Interscope.
The plaque demonstration celebrated a year of achievement for Gaga’s fifth consecutive No. 1 album.
It expended four weeks in the prime chart position after debuting with the elevated first-week sales number for music since “Frozen” in 2014 and hugest combined sales/streaming week for a film-based record since “Fifty Shades of Grey” in 2015.
The album’s lead solo, “Shallow,” went to No. 1 and bagged both the Oscar and Golden Globe this year for nicest original song.
It was nominated for four Grammys, bagging two of them, for nicest pop duo/group performance and the nicest song written for pictorial media.
The single was launched over 2.9 billion times, as per Interscope. Overall, tracks from the soundtrack have been streamed for more than 6.5 billion times.
In the festivity of the movie’s initial anniversary, Lady Gaga gave it a personal shout-out on the social platform. The singer, who is now rocking rose-colored strands, shared a sweet picture of her holding a multiplatinum plaque rewarded for the film’s amazing music.
She captioned the snap saying a year ago, a Star was Born, and here we prevail 6 times pink platinum.
In June, the A Star Is Born music album surpassed six million sales globally and became certified double platinum in the United States.
The film also possessed an impressive award season, receiving honors at this year’s Grammys, Critics’ Choice Awards, and also BAFTA Awards. Lady Gaga and Cooper’s influential song “Shallow” even motivated countless amazing covers and came to be our go-to karaoke jam.
In honor of the movie’s first anniversary, I look forward to viewing more photographs from the heart-wrenching masterpiece!