It began as a meme, but the now iconic ‘get on the beers’ line made history at the weekend, with Brisbane electronic duo Mashd N Kutcher’s dance hit based on the phrase ranking 12th in triple j’s Hottest 100.
The countdown is done for yet another year, with the Saturday streaming event resulting in British band Glass Animals taking out top spot with their hit ‘Heat Waves’.
Young West Australian guitar band Spacey Jane claimed second place with ‘Booster Seat’, followed by Sydney producer Flume who took out third on the list with ‘The Difference ft. Toro Y Moi’.
Perennial Hottest 100 placers the Hilltop Hoods were on the list yet again with their hit ‘I’m Good?’ coming in at ninth, which saw them equal Foo Fighters and Powderfinger as the band with the most entries in the history of the Hottest 10, with 22 each.
But arguably the biggest news out of the Hottest 100 is that Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews placed in the nation’s most anticipated music countdown, becoming the first politician to do so.
Amid the strangeness of 2020, it’s fair to say that anyone familiar with the streaming smash hit ‘Get On The Beers’ was unsurprised it made the Hottest 100—placing at number 12 on the list.
Andrews, 48, admitted this would probably decrease the competition’s heat.
Two things are clear:
1. Now that a politician has made the Hottest 100, it is no longer hot. Sorry about that.
2. It's officially time to get on the beers.
— Dan Andrews (@DanielAndrewsMP) January 23, 2021
With the song placing in the top 20 of the Hottest 100, it also saw Mashd N Kutcher awarded shares in Brisbane’s Brew Dog, after the brewery pledged ownership to the electronic duo.
Congrats @MashdNKutcher for coming in at #12 in the Hottest 100 Countdown. Not only have you won the hearts of a nation, you've also scored shares in our Brisbane brewery.
Every Equity Punk investor is gonna get a 6 pack of this special beer to mark this momentous occassion! pic.twitter.com/PILsfoFHKj
— BrewDog Australia (@BrewDogAu) January 23, 2021
Cardi B also made Hottest 100 history, with her sixth placed hit ‘WAP’ making her the first female rapper to feature in a Top 10, and the highest-ranking woman of colour following Thelma Plum reaching number nine last year with ‘Better In Blak’.
In other great news, the event saw more than $653,000 raised for Lifeline by voters, which means nearly 16,700 crucial calls can be answered.
Check out the Hottest 100 in full, below.
Triple J Hottest 100
100: Benee – Kool
99: Hockey Dad – Itch
98: Joji – Your Man
97: Stormzy – Audacity
96: Hockey Dad – Germaphobe
95: Illy – Loose Ends (Ft. G Flip)
94: Aitch x AJ Tracey – Rain (Ft. Tay Keith)
93: Internet Money – Lemonade (Ft. Gunna, Don Toliver, NAV)
92: Thelma Plum – These Days
91: Bugs – Charlie (Like A Version)
90: Billie Eilish – No Time To Die
89: The Jungle Giants – In Her Eyes
88: Bronson – Heart Attack (Ft. lau.ra)
87: Teenage Joans – Three Leaf Clover
86: Drake – Laugh Now Cry Later (Ft. Lil Durk)
85: Dune Rats – Too Tough Terry
84: Dominic Fike – Chicken Tenders
83: Cosmo’s Midnight & Ruel – Down For You
82: The Chats – The Clap
81: Spacey Jane – Weightless
80: Fisher – Freaks
79: Billie Eilish – my future
78: G Flip – Lady Marmalade (Like A Version)
77: Sofi Tukker & Gorgon City – House Arrest
76: London Grammar – Baby It’s You
75: Remi Wolf – Photo ID
74: Laurel – Scream Drive Faster
73: Genesis Owusu – Don’t Need You
72: Ocean Alley – Way Down
71: Bring Me The Horizon & YUNGBLUD – Obey
70: Chet Faker – Low
69: Hope D – Second
68: Vera Blue – Lie To Me
67: Doja Cat – Boss Bitch
66: Skegss – Fantasising
65: Amy Shark – C’MON (Ft. Travis Barker)
64: The Amity Affliction – Soak Me In Bleach
63: Ball Park Music – Day & Age
62: Joji – Run
61: Ruby Fields – Pretty Grim
60: The Kid Laroi – GO (Ft. Juice Wrld)
59: Joji – Gimme Love
58: Tones and I – Fly Away
57: Beddy Rays – Sobercoaster
56: San Cisco – On The Line
55: Alex the Astronaut – I Think You’re Great
54: Flume – Blue (Eiffel 65 remix)
53: The Weeknd – In Your Eyes
52: DMA’s – The Glow
51: Glass Animals – Your Love (Deja Vu)
50: Peking Duk & The Wombats – Nothing To Love About Love
49: Juice Wrld – Wishing Well
48: Headie One – Ain’t It Different (Ft. AJ Tracey, Stormzy)
47: Architects – Animals
46: Tash Sultana – Pretty Lady
45: Ruel – as long as you care
44: G Flip – You & I
43: Ziggy Alberts – Together
42: Jack Harlow – WHATS POPPIN
41: The Smith Street Band – I Still Dream About You
40: Juice Wrld – Come & Go (with Marshmello)
39: Juice Wrld – Righteous
38: Bring Me The Horizon – Parasite Eve
37: The Kid LAROI – SO DONE
36: Machine Gun Kelly – forget me too (Ft. Halsey)
35: The Avalanches – Running Red Lights (Ft. Rivers Cuomo, Pink Siifu)
34: Amy Shark – Everybody Rise
33: Tame Impala – Breathe Deeper
32: DMA’s – Criminals
31: San Cisco – Reasons
30: Birdz – Bagi-la-m Bargan (Ft. Fred Leone)
29: Sycco – Dribble
28: Spacey Jane – Straightfaced
27: Skegss – Under The Thunder
26: Lime Cordiale – No Plans To Make Plans
25: Lime Cordiale – Reality Check Please
24: Mac Miller – Blue World
23: Mac Miller – Good News
22: Eves Karydas – Complicated
21: Stace Cadet & KLP – Energy
20: Lime Cordiale – Addicted to the Sunshine
19: Halsey – You Should Be Sad
18: Glass Animals – Tangerine
17: Tame Impala – Is It True
16: Lime Cordiale – Screw Loose
15: Spacey Jane – Skin
14: Ocean Alley – Tombstone
13: Mallrat – Rockstar
12: Mashd N Kutcher – Get on the Beers
11: Lime Cordiale – On Our Own
10: Billie Eilish – Therefore I Am
9: Hilltop Hoods – I’m Good?
8: The Jungle Giants – Sending Me Ur Loving
7: G Flip – Hyperfine
6: Cardi B – WAP (Ft. Megan Thee Stallion)
5: Tame Impala – Lost in Yesterday
4: Ball Park Music – Cherub
3: Flume – The Difference (Ft. Toro y Moi)
2: Spacey Jane – Booster Seat
1: Glass Animals – Heat Waves
Featured image source: Twitter/triplej
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