Unleashing the Fury: Hottest 100 of 2022
Join us in celebrating the hottest songs of 2022 with the Countdown Voted For Donate To ACF event! Start off by checking out the top 200 songs from the Countdown, split into two categories: 1-100 and 101-200. And don't forget to tune in to DoubleJ to catch the 1-100 of 2002 Winning song!
Taking the crown for Hottest song of 2022 is none other than Flume's 'Say Nothing', featuring the incredible vocals of MAY-A. Flume has now topped the Countdown twice, cementing himself as one of Australia's greatest producers, having come a long way since his early days of working with cereal box software at age 11. To read more about his winning journey, check out our in-depth article.
The rest of the list is filled with amazing tracks from talented artists such as Eliza Rose & Interplanetary Criminal, Spacey Jane, Ball Park Music, and Lime Cordiale, just to name a few. Whether you're into pop, rock, or electronic music, there's something for everyone on this list.
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The selection of this year's Hottest 100 reveals an undeniable urge to get down and boogie, with voters showing off their best moves, whether they honed them via TikTok routines from the coziness of their own bedrooms (greetings, Lizzo's 'About Damn Time' at #7 and Beyonce's 'CUFF IT' at #24), or opted for the communal experience provided by electrifying festival and club tracks (note Eliza Rose at #2 and Skin On Skin at #52, as well as Fred again.. at #14, #18, #26 and #100).
Naming a song after a person can be a delightful source of inspiration, and 'Delilah' was honored at #14 (with Fred again..'s 'Danielle' marking the beginning at #100), preceded by Lime Cordiale's 'Colin' and Central Cee's 'Doja' at #34 and #39. Local upstarts The Rions and Teenage Dads delivered a double-feature with their entries 'Anakin' and 'Teddy,' respectively, taking #64 and #63. Fans might also appreciate Drake's heartfelt shout-out to everyone's favorite Degrassi student with 'Jimmy Cooks' at #76.
We're boldly declaring 2022 the Year Of The Album, characterized by an abundance of artists making repeat appearances with singles from their albums, such as King Stingray (King Stingray), Flume (Palaces), Ocean Alley (Low Altitude Living), and Beyonce (RENAISSANCE). Spacey Jane secured six entries (#3, #5, #6, #25, #40, and #75) in this year's countdown with tracks from their triple j Album Poll-winning 'Here Comes Everybody'.
In addition to a number of fresh voices, the Hottest 100 also welcomed back some familiar favorites this year. After an eight-year absence, Parkway Drive made a dazzling comeback at #86, while Gorillaz resurfaced in the countdown with 'New Gold' at #13, their first appearance in over a decade. We can also celebrate Paramore, who finally made their Hottest 100 debut at #45 with 'This Is Why,' nearly two decades after releasing their first album in 2005.
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