Triple J Hottest 100 odds

Triple J Hottest 100 january 2022

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
Stay  The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber
Elephant [Like A Version 2021]  The Wiggles
Good 4 U  Olivia Rodrigo
The Angel Of 8Th Ave.  Gang Of Youths
Lots Of Nothing  Spacey Jane
Kiss Me More  Doja Cat [Ft. Sza]
On My Knees  Rüfüs Du Sol
Happier Than Ever  Billie Eilish
Hertz  Amyl And The Sniffers
Sunscreen  Ball Park Music
Alive  Rüfüs Du Sol
Apple Crumble  Lime Cordiale & Idris Elba
Cold Heart (Pnau Remix)  Elton John And Dua Lipa
Industry Baby  Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow
Seventeen Going Under  Sam Fender
Love Signs  The Jungle Giants
Lunchtime  Spacey Jane
Die4u  Bring Me The Horizon
Drivers License  Olivia Rodrigo
Gold Chains  Genesis Owusu
I Dont Wana Talk (I Just Wana Dance)  Glass Animals
Serotonin  Girl In Red
Chaise Longue  Wet Leg
Clarkson  Sly Withers
Masterpiece  The Rubens
Edamame  Bbno$ [Ft. Rich Brain]
Milkumama  King Stingray
Montero (Call Me By Your Name)  Lil Nas X
Night Light  The Rions
Get Me Out  King Stingray
If You Ever Leave, Im Coming With You  The Wombats
Next To Me  Rüfüs Du Sol
Stacking Chairs  Middle Kids
Stoned At The Nail Salon  Lorde
Blueprint  Slowly Slowly
Bones  Telenova
Futureproof  Nothing But Thieves
House Of Holy  Client Liaison
How You Been  Holy Holy
I Am Not A Woman, Im A God  Halsey
Josh  Peach Prc
Kitchen  Ruby Fields
Like Love  The Amity Affliction
Missing Piece  Vance Joy
My Mind [Ft. G Flip]  Baker Boy
Solar Power  Lorde
Sweetness  Adam Newling
The Man Himself  Gang Of Youths
Up  Dune Rats
Without You  The Kid Laroi
Down Under (Ft. Colin Hay)  Luude
Dry  Rancid Eddie
Jail  Kanye West
Leave The Door Open  Bruno Mars, Anderson. Paak &Silk Sonic
Rose Pink Cadillac  Dope Lemon
Rumors [Ft. Cardi B]  Lizzo
Sunday Suit  Tyne-James Organ
Touch Back Down  Ocean Alley
Wine  Teenage Joans
How Can I Make It Ok?  Wolf Alice
Lie To Me Again  The Buoys
Love Race [Ft. Kellin Quinn]  Machine Gun Kelly
Mood Ring  Lorde
Take My Breath  The Weeknd
The Last Man On Earth  Wolf Alice
Be Sweet  Japanese Breakfast
Chemicals  Peking Duk
Chemtrails Over The Country Club  Lana Del Ray
Clockwork  Northlane
Good Days  Sza
How Not To Drown  Chvrches [Ft. Robert Smith]
Hurricane (Ft. The Weeknd And Lil Baby)  Kanye West
Keep Moving  Jungle
Kim [With Yung Baby Tate]  Tkay Maidza
Little Things (Ft. Paul Kelly)  Ziggy Ramo
Our Paradise  The Terrys
Queen (Ft. Mxmtoon)  G Flip
Thats What I Want  Lil Nas X
Valhalla  Skegss
Week On Repeat  Beddy Rays

At the turn of every year we tend to look back at the achievements in arts, sports, science and world events. When it comes to art, music and film are usually most watch and commentated type of art at the end of the year. “Which movie topped the box office, who won the Grammy, who sold the greatest album” are frequently asked questions, but music has a great way to commemorate the events in the music world in the previous year.

Most radio channel and music television shows tend to have a run-down in the top 100 hits. Billboard is probably the most famous one, where the Hot 100 is considered the most relevant chart list in the world of entertainment. However, “down under” we also have a great Hot 100 chart that is hosted by the Australian radio channel Triple J.

Triple J Hottest 100 is the annual poll of this radio station that has been labeled as the world greatest music democracy, where the listeners choose the greatest hits from the previous year. The poll is being conducted about two weeks before the end of the year and the results are visible and presented on the Australia day in late January. Various top world artists have managed to clinch “the trophy” but overall the most wins went to Australian artists.

The contest, although being democratically as possible, is usually labeled as biased towards Australian music, with very few artists outside of Australia winning the competition. Foo Fighters are the sole American artists with the most appearances in the list, with the band appearing 22 times. The band’s leader Dave Grohl topped the charts twice, but both times with other groups – Nirvana in 1991 and Queens of the Stone Age in 2002.