Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas finally reached #1 after 25 years but to be honest we're more stoked about what Australia's own Tones & I achieved on the US Billboard Top 100 this week.
After first cracking the chart ten weeks ago, the Byron Bay-based artist's global hit, Dance Monkey, has finally hit the top ten and placed at #9 after coming in at #13 last week.
The news comes just days after the multiple ARIA Award winner took out the UK record for most weeks at #1 on the chart by a female artist, while Dance Monkey also continued its record-breaking run in Australia and notched up a 20th-straight week in top spot.
Tones & I will return home next February to tour the country in support of Laneway Festival before she heads back overseas for more shows throughout the US and UK.
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