Charts analysis: Tones And I breaks UK chart record for Aussie act

Topping the singles chart for the 15th straight week in her native Australia – where ACR is clearly not a thing – Dance Monkey is No.1 here for the seventh time in a row for Melbourne singer/songwriter Tones And I. 

It thus surpasses Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next – which topped for six weeks last year – as the longest running No.1 by a solo female artist since Leona Lewis’ Bleeding Love topped for seven weeks in 2007, and is ...

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