She is up to the charts!
Kate Bush, a British recording artist, continued to rock the charts with a song that was most popular 37 years ago.
The eerie 1985 art-pop tune Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) set three all-time records Friday, owing to its inclusion in the Netflix sci-fi drama series Stranger Things.
According to the Official Charts Company, the 37-year-old resurgent hit now holds the record for the longest time ever taken for a single to reach No. 1.
Bush, 63, has the capacity to savor becoming the smallest female artist in the world.
As a child, she reaches the throne of the top 1 in the country 44 years ago. She was born and raised by 19 years old.
When Running Up That Hill was first released, it piqued itself in the No. 3 position.
It''s very encouraging that the song has been so impressed, especially as it''s being driven by young performers who love the stage, according to Bush in a statement earlier this month.
It is not the first time a classic hit has been rediscovered after discovering renewed satisfaction from a recent pop culture experience.
After a TikTok clip of a man drinking cranberry juice and longboarding while listening to the amazing tune, Fleetwood Macs'' 1977 song Dreams pushed the band to No. 3 on the Billboard charts.
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