“Dance Monkey” by Tones and I stays at No.1 for 15 weeks

By Shayan Shakir

Tones and I’s single “Dance Monkey”, has ended up gaining the title of the longest-reigning No.1 in Australian chart history. As of now the song has been on the ARIA Singles Chart for 15 weeks at a stretch, competing with the record set by Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You”.

As “Dance Monkey” stays at the top, the artist’s other single called, “Never Seen The Rain” gradually rises from 12 to 10 and her debit EP, “The Kids Are Coming” climbs from 8 to 5.

Her quick rise to fame from her previous singles such as “Johnny Run Away”, has astonished people around the world. This also helped her climb to no.1 on music charts in several other countries such as, Austria, Belgium, Sweden, Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

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