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Mell Hall’s ‘Knock Knock’ Sets Australian Club Chart Record

Mell Hall’s debut single “Knock Knock” has knocked up a new record, for most consecutive weeks atop Australia’s official club chart.

“Knock Knock” (via Club Sweat) is the Adelaide producer’s first single, her first No. 1 and, now, her first record-setter.

Featuring vocals from Sydney artist Thandi Phoenix, the track notches eight weeks atop the ARIA Top 50 Club Tracks chart for the longest consecutive stint at No. 1, beating a record that stood for nearly 13 years.

The previous record belonged to fellow Australian Zoe Badwi’s “Release Me,” which dominated the ARIA club chart for seven-straight weeks in 2008.

“Knock Knock” opened its chart account 11 weeks ago, before going on to claim the top position, with Hall becoming only the fifth Australian solo female artist to get there.

“Knock Knock” also becomes the first ARIA club chart leader to feature two Australian female artists in collaboration, and it marks Thandi Phoenix’s first appearance on the tally.

“So grateful to see my debut record getting so much love,” comments Hall. “Knock Knock” was a “joy to make, a joy to work with Thandi Phoenix and knowing that it brings audiences and my peers alike joy, what more could a girl want!? Big love to Team Sweat for the endless support. Feeling the moment for Women in Dance Music, girls to the front!”

Charts compiler ARIA comments: “It’s very exciting to see Mell Hall continue to break barriers, make history and represent women in dance music in such a fantastic way. Congratulations from all of us at ARIA, we can’t wait to dance again.”

ARIA’s charts are based on data collected from a combination of physical and digital retailers, and music-streaming services.



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