Tones and I Reveals She ‘Won’t Quit’ With Music As She Scores Her First ARIA No.1 Album

Tones and I Reveals She ‘Won’t Quit’ With Music As She Scores Her First ARIA No.1 Album With Welcome To The Madhouse

Australian singer Tones and I celebrates her debut studio album, Welcome to the Madhouse, reaching number 1.

The 27-year-old, whose hits include Dance Monkey, has just scored her first ARIA no.1 album and shared the news on her Instagram on Friday.

Not only that, but the music artist has revealed she is not quitting music following reports earlier this week.

Top of the charts! Australian singer Tones and I celebrates her debut studio album, Welcome to the Madhouse, reaching No. 1. She just scored her first ARIA No.1 album

Tones and I, whose real name is Toni Watson, celebrated the ARIA win by posting a photo of ourselves in a beanie and beige coat with the Australia-shaped award with a big no. 1 in the center.

‘NUMBER 1 in AUS!!’ wrote the singer. ‘Thank you so f**king much wow!!!’

She added: ‘It shows that the good always outweighs the bad!!! Wohoooooo, this is for you T.’

Tones and I then added the hashtag “#notquitting,” insinuating that she wouldn’t quit music.

NUMBER 1 in AUS!!'  wrote the singer.  'Thank you so f**king much wow!!!'

NUMBER 1 in AUS!!’ wrote the singer. ‘Thank you so f**king much wow!!!’

Earlier this week, Tones and I said she wanted to say goodbye to her career as a live artist and instead go behind the scenes of the music industry.

To talk with Gawndy & Mazo, the 27-year-old said she had plans to step off the stage due to the toll it took on her mental health.

“I don’t know how much longer I’ll be Tones and I,” she said, adding that she wants to be a songwriter for other artists in the coming years.

Don't Quit: Tones then added the hashtag

Don’t Quit: Tones then added the hashtag “#notquitting,” insinuating that she wouldn’t quit music. Earlier this week, Tones and I said she wanted to say goodbye to her career as a live artist and instead go behind the scenes of the music industry.

‘I mean, realistically I’m giving myself four more years’ [of performing] and then I want to be a songwriter,” she continued.

“As soon as my sanity doesn’t want this, I’ll stop. I’m not pushing this through; I want to be happy.’

The musician became an overnight success with the release of her 2019 single Dance Monkey, which reached number 1 worldwide.

Household name: The musician became an overnight success with the release of her 2019 single Dance Monkey, which became number 1 worldwide

Household name: The musician became an overnight success with the release of her 2019 single Dance Monkey, which became number 1 worldwide

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