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GAGA'S STREAMING SPIKES AFTER FIVE FOOT TWO

Lady Gaga is enjoying a streaming spike in the wake of the documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two bowing on Netflix.

The film, taking viewers behind the scenes of a year in her life leading up to her Super Bowl LI performance, recently premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. The Netflix launch, however, has boosted no fewer than 10 tracks.

Spotify reported a 53% increase in Interscope's "Joanne" songstress's streams as of the Monday after Five Foot Two's premiere (9/25). "Joanne" in particular boasted a 365% streaming increase since the Monday prior to the doc's release (9/18). "Hey Girl" had a 259% bump and "Sinner's Prayer" was up 238%. All 10 of the songs reported had at least a 100% increase.

Gaga has taken a hiatus from performing for the foreseeable future, but you can stream her doc exclusively on Netflix, and we've included the trailer to whet your appetites below.



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