Woman Gaga Might Win Her First & Second Oscar This Yr: Breaking Down 2019 Nominations
The Billboard Pop Store Podcast dives off the deep finish into the Academy Awards nominees.
The 91st Academy Award nominations have been introduced, and a few of music’s brightest stars are among the many contenders.
On the brand new episode of the Billboard Pop Store Podcast (hear beneath), the crew opinions the nominees — with a particular give attention to the contenders in the most effective authentic music class. Among the many heavy-hitters up for finest music: Woman Gaga, Kendrick Lamar, SZA and 10-time nominee Diane Warren.
Might Gaga take house her first Oscar this yr, for co-writing “Shallow” from A Star Is Born? Would possibly she pull off a double, and win for each authentic music and main actress (additionally for Star)? Or maybe famed songwriter Warren will lastly notch her first win along with her monitor “I’ll Struggle,” from the Oscar-nominated documentary about Supreme Court docket Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, RBG?
Plus, the Pop Buyers assessment chart information about Halsey’s “With out Me” returning to No. 1 on the Billboard Scorching 100 chart, Sam Smith and Normani hitting the charts with their collaboration “Dancing With a Stranger,” and Ariana Grande topping the Pop Songs airplay chart with “Thank U, Subsequent,” whereas her new single “7 Rings” debuts on the checklist, and far more.
The Billboard Pop Store Podcast is your one-stop store for all issues pop on Billboard‘s weekly charts. You’ll be able to all the time rely on a vigorous dialogue in regards to the newest pop information, enjoyable chart stats and tales, new music, and visitor interviews with music stars and folk from the world of pop. Informal pop followers and chart junkies can hear Billboard‘s senior director of charts Keith Caulfield and deputy editor, digital Katie Atkinson each week on the podcast, which may be streamed on Billboard.com or downloaded in Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast supplier. (Click on right here to hearken to the earlier version of the present on Billboard.com.)