Los Angeles, UNITED STATES Australian singer Sia arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 8, 2015. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Australian-born singer Sia dominates the Billboard charts, knocking off Drake from the top spot. Her latest single, “Cheap Thrills,” has paved the way for the Aussie singer to get the coveted first place.

This is apparently Sia’s first no. 1 hit in the music charts. While that’s a big deal on itself, on the way to the top, “Cheap Thrills” outperformed Drake’s “One Dance,” which has been on the first spot for 10 weeks. Now, Sia is officially one of 2016’s hit-makers with her dancey jam, “Cheap Thrills”.

“Cheap Thrills” is not the first song that got Sia in the limelight though. She was also recognised for writing Rihanna’s 2012 hit song “Diamonds.” Having been hailed a capable songwriter, Sia has now made a notable mark for herself as a music artist.

It’s also noted that this isn’t the first time Sia’s name and music reached the charts. Her highest-charting song was Flo Rida’s “Wild Ones” in 2012, in which she was featured. “Wild Ones” peaked at no. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. Also, as a singer-songwriter, Sia is known for her track “Chandelier,” which became Sia’s signature song that brought her to the top 10 in the music charts. This popular song also gave Sia a shot in winning a Grammy award for Record and Song of the Year. Now, "Cheap Thrills" is giving Sia another great record and probably another Grammy nomination.

A Billboard reader pointed out, via ABC, that Sia is the first female who’s over 40 years old to reach the top since Madonna and Cher.

"Madonna was 42 when 'Music' led for four weeks in 2000, and Cher was 52 when 'Believe' reigned for four in 1999."

While Sia may be in her 40’s now, her song “Cheap Thrills” has appealed to varying group ages, allowing her to reign in the no. 1 spot on the Billboard charts. To celebrate this feat, Sia shared her excitement with her fans by leaving a post in her Twitter account.