There is one week left to vote in triple j’s Hottest 100, as Aussies furiously ramp up their voting to ensure their fave artists top the list. Currently, around 47,000 votes are being cast per day.
And, according to triple j, a mere handful of votes could affect the outcome.
If you haven’t voted in triple j’s Hottest 100 yet, your vote could be pivotal to the outcome of the countdown.
- After #1 and #2 jostled for the top spot, the #1 song is now cementing its lead
- #3 and #4 are extremely close with only 53 votes between them
- With the bottom few songs constantly moving around, your vote could determine whether your fave act even makes it into the countdown
- 47k votes are being placed per day, amounting to 1.8 million votes so far, 31 per cent ahead of this time last year despite shortening voting by a week
Essentially, if you’re struggling to convert your shortlist into a top 10, you have one week left to potentially make a huge difference to the countdown. So chuck in a VOTE for triple j’s Hottest 100 before 3pm AEDT Mon 20 Jan.
While you’re at it, chip in a donation to this year’s Hottest 100 charity partner Greening Australia who run tree-planting projects across the country to restore natural environments, cool our cities, save endangered animals and pull carbon out of the atmosphere.
Then join triple j on Sat 25 Jan as we count down the Hottest 100 songs of the year, followed by the Hottest 200, the songs that just missed out, on Mon 27 Jan.
3pm AEDT Mon 20 Jan, 2020: Hottest 100 voting closes
12pm AEDT Sat 25 Jan, 2020: Hottest 100 on triple j
10am local time Mon 27 Jan 2020: Hottest 200-101 on triple j
10am local time Mon 27 Jan 2020: Classic Hottest 100 of 1999 on Double J
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