What was JJJ Hottest 100 number 1 2020?

Heat Waves Glass Animals
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# Song Artist
1 Heat Waves Glass Animals
2 Booster Seat Spacey Jane
3 The Difference Flume and Toro y Moi
4 Cherub Ball Park Music

What day is JJJ Hottest 100 2021?

Saturday 23 January
If you haven’t yet, it’s time to start seriously sorting out your fave tracks of 2020 because voting is OPEN. We’ll count down the Hottest 100 songs of the last year on Saturday 23 January from midday all the way to #1!!

What year did Triple J Hottest 100 start?

The Hottest 100 began as an idea in 1988 when 2JJJ staffer Lawrie Zion suggested polling listeners to discover their favourite songs. They called it the Hot 100 and started the first poll in 1989, the same year the station went national.

What got Number 1 Hottest 100?

Aussie Rules The first Australian act to reach number 1 in the Hottest 100 was Spiderbait in the 1996 poll. By 1999 Australia surged ahead as it took out the majority of places in the poll and since then, Aussie acts have made up the majority of each year’s countdown.

Who got the most songs in the Hottest 100?

  • Wolfmother had six tracks selected, the most ever by an artist in a single countdown.
  • Gorillaz became the third band to place twice in the Top 5.
  • Bernard Fanning achieves a Hottest 100 No. 1 for the third time (the only artist to do so to date), including twice with Powderfinger in 1999 and 2000.
  • Ben Lee achieves No.

What was the Triple J Hottest 100 in 2003?

The 2003 Triple J Hottest 100, announced on 25 January 2004, was the eleventh such countdown of the most popular songs of the year, according to listeners of the Australian radio station Triple J. As in previous years, a CD featuring 40 (not necessarily the top 40) songs was released.

What was the hottest song of 2018 Triple J?

The 2018 Triple J Hottest 100 was announced on 27 January 2019. It is the 26th countdown of the most popular songs of the year, as chosen by listeners of Australian radio station Triple J. A record-breaking number of voters (2.758 million) participated by choosing their top ten songs of 2018. Ocean Alley’s “Confidence” was voted into first place.

Which is the shortest song on the Hottest 100?

Frenzal Rhomb holds the record of having the shortest song on a Hottest 100 ever, with “Russell Crowe’s Band” at 1:12. The following individuals or groups had more than one entry in the Hottest 100: Bold indicates winner of the Hottest 100.

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