Triple J’s Hottest 100 Voting Is Now Open!

Triple J’s Hottest 100 Voting Is Now Open!
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Start agonising over your favourite song babies because voting is now open for triple j’s Hottest 100 of 2020!   

Last year the Hottest 100 once again smashed the voting record with over 3 million votes cast (3,211,596 to be exact), followed by more than 3.25 million people tuning in for the countdown, including 29 per cent of all Australians aged 18-34.

Now, they’re ready to do it all again. To have your say on the hottest songs of 2020, submit your votes from now until Mon 18 Jan.

Need some help whittling down your list? Check out these top ten songs from triple j presenters and artists like Billie Eilish, Flume, Tones And I, Ocean Alley, Ruel, Mallrat, Tkay Maidza, Lime Cordiale, YUNGBLUD, G Flip, The Jungle Giants, Kwame, Violent Soho, Hockey Dad and more. Plus you’ll find plenty of inspiration on the 2020 triple j Feature Albums.

By voting, you could WIN a triple j AAA Party! Hosted by triple j presenters and featuring some of your fave artists on the decks, we’ll bring the party to your hometown, exclusively for you and your mates.

Wanna do something good? Donate to triple j’s Hottest 100 charity partner Lifeline or buy a Hottest 100 x Lifeline t-shirt and you might save a life.

Then join triple j on Sat 23 Jan as they count down the Hottest 100 songs of the year, as voted by you. On Sun 24 Jan they’ll back it up with the songs that just missed out, the Hottest 200 (#200-101), followed by the Hottest 100 of 2000 on Double J on Mon 25 Jan.

 

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