Hello, it's me. I was wondering if after all these years you'd like...TURN UP.

Yes, Adele has conquered every conceivable record known to humankind this past few weeks due to the thunderous, sales and chart record-shattering success of 25But why stop at simply reigning atop the Billboard Hot 100 and Billboard 200 charts?

According to Billboard, the powerhouse singer just twirled past the competition on the dance floor charts as well: "Hello" marks Adele's first-ever No. 1 on the Dance Club Songs Billboard chart (her second Top 10 overall, following "Skyfall" hitting No. 10 in 2013). The boost to the top comes at the hand of scores of remixes from top DJs and producers, including Dash Berlin, Pink Panda, Dark Intensity and Paul Damixie.

If this results in anything, let it be a full-length Adele trance/big House record. Armin van Buuren? Tiësto? Kaskade? Somebody? Let's make it happen! (Coincidentally, Armin van Buuren did just debut a slamming remix of "Hello" live in Hanoi just two days ago.)

Besides, Adele's already blown past 5 million records sold of 25 — she's got some breathing room to experiment with some new genres if she wants.

Adele, From Her First Album to Now: