Justice Crew's Que Sera sets new ARIA singles chart record

Chart-toppers: Justice Crew
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ALL-male hip-hop group Justice Crew has set a new ARIA charts record.

The six-piece's song Que Sera is now the longest-running Australian No 1 single in the history of the ARIA charts.

Since debuting at No 1 on May 10, Que Sera has continued to be the country's favourite song for nine consecutive weeks. The song's music clip has been viewed more than 1.6 million times on YouTube.

"We never dreamed that we would be in this position and are extremely honoured to hold this record," the band said in a statement.

"We want to sincerely thank the Australian public for their continued support, and we look forward to continuing to make great music for everyone to enjoy."

The band travels to the US today to shoot a new film clip for Que Sera and will spend the next few months promoting the single internationally.

It's a big achievement for the group, which rose to fame as the 2010 winners of Australia's Got Talent and originally auditioned for the talent show as a dance troupe.

Since winning the show and signing with Sony Music Australia, the group has steadily worked on its musical profile, supporting international acts including Chris Brown, One Direction, Pitbull and Janet Jackson.

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