Tones And I is dancing up the podium.

Sometime this weekend, Tones will slot into the No. 2 position on the all-time Spotify streaming list with ‘Dance Monkey.’

When it happens — and it will happen — Post Malone’s ‘Rockstar’ featuring 21 Savage will be relegated to third place.

‘Dance Monkey’ is a beast. The song has racked-up more than 2.143 billion streams on Spotify, and is just one of just four songs to pass the two billion milestone.

Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’ remains the all-time leader on the board, with more than 2.75 billion spins.

Don’t bet against Tones making a move for No. 1 in the months and years ahead.

With the exception of Tones, the Spotify Top 10 is a boys’ club (the No. 9 track “Señorita” is listed as a collaboration between Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello).

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And the one-time busker is the only artist from outside North America to crack the top tier.

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Tones presented with her Rolling Stone diamond ring

‘Dance Monkey’ set charts alight everywhere after its release in May 2019. Its 11-week stint atop the Official U.K. Singles Chart is an all-time record for a female solo artist, and its 24-week reign on the ARIA Singles Chart is unmatched.

All told, the song ruled 30 charts, cracked the U.S. Top 5 and scooped an armful of awards

Its official music video has raced past 1.5 billion views on YouTube.

Tones’ is no one-hit wonder. Her most recent hit ‘Fly Away’ took off for nine weeks at No. 1 on radio in these parts, and cracked the Top 5 on the ARIA survey. 

Watch Tones And I’s ‘Dance Monkey’:

There’s more of the good stuff on the way.

The Melbourne-raised singer and songwriter is “almost finished” with her full-length debut album, explains Regan Lethbridge, Tones’ co-manager and founder/director of Lemon Tree Music.

Earlier this week, Tones announced a national tour of theatres and outdoor venues, due to kick off April 23 at the Palais in Melbourne. The 12 months ahead ought to be “monumental,” Lethbridge predicts.