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Lady Gaga is without a doubt one of the most iconic figures in pop music. Having sold an estimated 170 million records, Gaga is one of the world’s best-selling music artists and the only female artist to achieve four singles each selling at least 10 million copies globally. Lady Gaga’s music has cemented her as one of the most talented and versatile forces in pop music, and even proven to be a stepping stone for the pop star to venture into acting as well as launching her own make-up brand Haus.

Lady Gaga’s best-selling albums have birthed a collection of hits that have found themselves climbing to the top of charts since the inception of her career. With streaming now serving artists by allowing more people to access their music, Lady Gaga’s has garnered an impressive amount of listeners. Here are Lady Gaga’s top-ten most streamed singles according to Spotify.

10 “Shallow” By Lady Gaga And Bradley Cooper

Total Spotify Streams: 2.2 Billion

Lady Gaga’s music catalog is filled with chart-topping singles, but none have the stream count that “Shallow”— the lead single he from the soundtrack to the 2018 musical romantic drama film A Star Is Born— has. “Shallow” is a power ballad that blends rock, country and folk-pop, and features actor and producer Bradley Cooper whose character Jackson Maine invites Gaga’s character Ally to perform it onstage with him in the film.

Gaga and Cooper trade off verses in the song which lyrically centers around self-awareness, wherein the both speakers question whether they are content with who they are. Gaga’s vocals on the song have been praised, for her emotive and evocative delivery on the power ballad. The song topped the charts in more than 20 countries. In 2019 alone, the song sold 10.2 million copies worldwide. Gaga and Cooper’s live performance of “Shallow” remains the most watched clip on the internet by the Academy Awards, garnering more than 710 million views on YouTube as of 2023.

9 “Always Remember Us This Way”

Total Spotify Streams: 1.09 Billion

The impact of A Star Is Born considered, it’s no mystery as to why “Always Remember Us This Way” ranks so high on Lady Gaga’s most streamed songs on Spotify. The song is a piano-driven country ballad on which Gaga’s character, Ally, delivers an everlasting ode to her lover Jackson, played by Bradley Cooper.

Penned by Lady Gaga, Natalie Hemby, Hillary Lindsey, and Lori McKenna, “Always Remember Us This Way” is a rousing ballad for a concert sequence when it first comes along in the plot. Following Jackson’s death, it becomes a haunting tribute to the better days of their relationship. On the writing process, Mckenna told Esquire that there were moments when Gaga would start crying, citing the singer’s emotional response to a testament of the song’s masterful composition.

“Always Remember Us This Way” received a nomination for Song of the Year at the 62nd Grammy Awards, the second nomination from the album in this category after “Shallow”, which was nominated for the year before. Following the soundtrack’s release, “Always Remember Us This Way” debuted at number-two on the US Digital Songs chart. The song consecutively debuted at number 41 on the Billboard Hot 100, and was present on the chart for a total of nine weeks.

8 “Poker Face”

Total Spotify Streams: 1.07 Billion

“Poker Face” is considered one of Lady Gaga’s most iconic songs, so much so that—over a decade after its original release in 2008— a resurgence in the song’s popularity occurred in 2020, where it rose from No. 13 to No. 10 on the Dance/Electronic Song Sales chart. The song was the second single off Gaga’s debut studio album The Fame, following “Just Dance”, ushering in a slightly darker musical tone that commends the song’s robotic hook and chorus. Gaga has recently insinuated that, lyrically, the song a is bisexual anthem during a performance at her Vegas Residency.

“Poker Face” debuted at number 92 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of January 3, 2009 and reached number six on March 7 of that year. The following week, the song climbed another three places to reach a peak of number three and stayed there for two additional weeks. On the Billboard issue dated April 11, 2009, the song topped the chart. With over 14 million copies, “Poker Face” is one of the world’s best-selling singles of all time and became the best-selling single of 2009 worldwide with over 9.8 million in sales that year alone. In 2022, the song reached another milestone, with its music video reaching one billion views on YouTube.

7 “Bad Romance”

Total Spotify Streams: 1.05 Billion

The Fame Monster was the 2009 reissue of Lady Gaga’s debut album The Fame and on it, was the epic hit that is “Bad Romance”. The song was written by Gaga on her tour bus in Norway at the time and is lyrically about being in love with your best friend, as well as being perpetually drawn to the wrong people in general. The song and music video have been said to have “changed the face of pop” and further paving the way for conceptually weird music videos to come. The electro-pop and dance pop juggernaut song solidified Gaga as a pop icon, NME called it one of the “most memorable pop singles” of the late 2000s and per Billboard, “Bad Romance been has been named the best music video of the 21st century.

“Bad Romance” topped the charts in more than 20 countries and sold 12 million copies worldwide, becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time. In the US, the song peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was certified eleven times Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America, having sold 5.9 million digital downloads as of 2019.

6 “Rain On Me” With Ariana Grande

Total Spotify Streams: 992 Million

“Rain On Me” by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande was a rejuvenating song amid the coronavirus pandemic. The upbeat, dance-pop track was all too punctual at the time with lyrics explored resilience in defiance of the hardships in life. With the song’s debut at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, it became Gaga’s fifth and Grande’s fourth number-one single in the US. It marked the first all-female collaboration to debut atop the chart and made Grande the first artist to have four songs debut at the top spot. On Spotify, “Rain on Me” was the seventh most streamed song of summer 2020 and the most streamed song by a female artist globally during the season.

5 “Just Dance” By Lady Gaga and Colby O’Donis

Total Spotify Streams: 891 Million

Lady Gaga’s popular song, “Just Dance” was her 2008 debut single, and is among the best-selling singles of all time, having sold over 10 million copies. Gaga teamed up with producer RedOne and featured guest Akon to pen the dance track in a record 10 minutes. Despite the upbeat demeanor of the song, Gaga admitted to The Guardian back in 2009 that it actually came from a pretty dark place before she became successful. The song would be responsible for Gaga’s first Grammy nomination, Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording.

The song was a sleeper hit, spending almost five months on the Billboard Hot 100 before finally peaking at the chart’s summit in January 2009. The single took a total of 22 weeks to hit the top spot; the song also reached the top of the Mainstream Top 40 chart, becoming Gaga’s first number-one song. “Just Dance” spent a total of 49 weeks on the Hot 100 and on April 12, 2023, the single was certified eleven times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipment of eleven million copies.

4 “Million Reasons”

Total Spotify Streams: 762 Million

“Million Reasons” is no surprising addition to Lady Gaga’s most streamed songs on Spotify considering her listeners seem to enjoy the singer’s voice on ballads. The song was the second song released from the singer-songwriter’s LP, Joanne— a personal album that wasn’t as successful as Gaga’s predecessors. Speaking about “Million Reasons,” Gaga told Yahoo! the track is “a country song mixed with funk and rock ‘n’ roll,” with shades of hip-hop in the mix as well. The song’s heartfelt verses with lyrics that reference the end of a relationship.

In the US, the popular Lady Gaga song debuted at number 76 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming her 24th career entry and second from Joanne. It later reached number 57 on the Hot 100. Following Gaga’s Super Bowl LI halftime show performance, “Million Reasons” re-entered the Hot 100 at number four. “Million Reasons” became Gaga’s 14th top-10 release in the country, and her first single to achieve that ranking since “Applause” in 2013.

3 “Telephone” Feat. Beyoncé

Total Spotify Streams: 609 Million

“Telephone” saw the second collaboration between Lady Gaga and Beyoncé, following the release latter’s song “Video Phone (Remix)”. The iconic nearly 10-minute neon-brite music video was shot as a short film, received generally positive reviews and was nominated for three awards at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, including Video of the Year. In January 2015, Billboard named it the best video of the decade. NME listed it as one of the 100 greatest music videos of all time. The dance-pop song’ lyrics detail Gaga’s preference for dancing in the club to answering her boyfriend’s persistent calls.

In the US, the song peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot Dance Club Songs and the Billboard Pop Songs chart, becoming Gaga’s sixth consecutive chart-topper on the lattermost. It also became Beyoncé’s sixth number-one on Pop Songs. With this, Gaga and Beyoncé tied with Mariah Carey for most number-ones since the Nielsen BDS-based Top 40 airplay chart— that tracks radio, television and internet airplay of songs— launched in 1992. Billboard’s Jason Lipshutz named the song Gaga’s second-best collaboration and called it her “most dynamic duet — and arguably the most compelling pop star team-up of the ’00s”.

2 “Born This Way”

Total Spotify Streams: 546 Million

Lady Gaga’s popular song “Born This Way” was the lead single from her second studio album by the same name. The electro-pop smash is lyrically a love letter to those struggle accepting one’s differences despite race, sexual orientation and gender. The song became an instant LGBTQ+ anthem upon release and has been described by Gaga as her “freedom” song. She sang part of the chorus at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards and announced it as the lead single from the album, released on February 11, 2011.

In 2023, Rolling Stone named “Born This Way” the Most Inspirational LGBT Songs of All Time. It reached number one in over 25 countries and was her third single to top the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and the 1,000th song in that chart’s history (since 1958) to reach number one. “Born This Way” has sold 8.2 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling singles of all time. The song also set a world record at the Guinness World Records as the “Fastest-selling Single” on iTunes, with over a million copies sold in five days since its release.

1 “Applause”

Total Spotify Streams: 474 Million

Though “Applause” ranks pretty well on the scale of Spotify streams, it may the reception of Lady Gaga’s album Artpop that keeps the single from ranking higher. In the United States, Applause” did not enter the Billboard’s Hot 100 in its first week. It also ranked below the top 75 threshold of the US Radio Songs chart, with 16 million audience impressions across 210 stations, with the track officially impacting radio stations on August 19, 2013.

Lyrically, “Applause” is about how Gaga is dependent upon her fan’s adoration, and “what it means to live your life as a canvas”, while also serving as “a kiss-off to critics”. The album was recieved with very mixed reviews, which— although it could have affected Gaga’s career— proved she could turn the negative comments about the song into art and still deserves the applause from her fans.

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