Dannii Minogue and President Street lead Melbourne's chart charge
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Pop acts Dannii Minogue and President Street have found themselves in the top five of the Music Week Commercial Club Pop Charts, with their tracks All I Wanna Do 2020 and Something to Believe respectively.
Pop belters from Melbourne have crept into the top five of the Music Week charts, with Dannii Minogue's 'All I Wanna Do 2020' at number 2, and President Street's 'Something to Believe' at number 5.
Ruby (lead singer of President Street) says, “I distinctly remember walking through the school hall and seeing her framed photo on the wall and dreaming of pursuing music like her. To now be sharing the Top 5 in Music Week’s Commercial Pop Club Charts feels slightly surreal…In another funny connection, Dannii’s sister Kylie Minogue also went to Camberwell High and she worked with Ash Howes on her current single “Say Something” – who mixed our current single Something to Believe!“
The Melbourne-based pop act were forced to change their music video plans when faced with a lockdown in their hometown, instead producing a cracking feat of home footage on an iPhone as their offering of music video. You can watch their homemade video below and stream their single now!
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November 5, 2020 8:34am ET by Fifth Element PR