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Tones and I

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Tones and I in Sydney, 2020

Toni Watson, better known as Tones and I (born 13 May 1993 or 15 August 2000), is an Australian singer and songwriter. Her second single, "Dance Monkey", was released in May 2019. It reached number one in over 30 countries. Later, in November 2019, she broke the record for the most weeks at number one on the ARIA Singles Chart by any artist with 16 weeks. By mid-January 2020, "Dance Monkey" had spent its 24th and final week at the top spot. The single beat Bing Crosby's all-time Australian record for his version of "White Christmas", which spent 22 weeks at number one. Her first extended play, The Kids Are Coming, was released in August 2019.

Tones and I was born in Mount Martha on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.[1] Her year of birth is not widely known, with it being reported as either 1993 or 2000.

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  1. "Meet Tones And I, the busker with the bop that got Unearthed buzzing". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 21 February 2020. Retrieved 5 October 2020.

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