The annual musical celebration that is the Triple J Hottest 100 is very soon upon us. Picking your top 10 songs for 2019 is an emotional rollercoaster. Twitter gets it, so we’ve rounded up the most relatable tweets about the Hottest 100 voting feels.
It Is A Very Important Decision
My opinion is of utmost importance.
me, doing triple j’s hottest 100 every year pic.twitter.com/ni69f1PwQj
— van-anh (@mebevananh) December 16, 2019
When Ya Feel A Lil Out Of Touch With 2019
Time really flies.
Trying to vote in the Triple J Hottest 100 and it turns out my favourite songs from 2019 were actually released in 2016-2018 and I am just old and late to the party. 😬 pic.twitter.com/w2sPQqZMxD
— Samantha Nixon (@SamNScience) December 28, 2019
I will now be using ‘puffteenth’ as a unit of measurement.
It’s a global phenomenon- the Triple J Hottest 100 is coming up here and I expect I’ll know one-puffteenth of the songs on there. In the late 90s I knew 80%…
A case of too many bands, too little time perhaps?
— Derm0t G (@GreeneDermot67) January 13, 2020
Yea… sorry champ.
I’m at the age when I look at the Triple J Hottest 100 list of artists for voting and I barely know any of them… this is known as the first real signs of aging in Australia. pic.twitter.com/MIAhKH8W1q
— Andrew (@diemrbond) January 10, 2020
Debating Over The Best From Years Gone By
2013 was certainly an exceptional hottest 100.
I said it before and I’ll say it again but Triple J’s hottest 100 2013 is the greatest. 2013 was just a good year for music
— Forever sleepy (MIA) (@TheYuugiMutou) September 17, 2019
But apparently the noughties hit a lil different.
Listening to the 2004 version of Triple J’s Hottest 100 because it’s honestly the best. Fight me (ง’̀-‘́)ง
— Spicy Pigeon (@ladylekku) August 5, 2019
98 is also a strong contender.
Today’s office tunes – 1997 Triple J’s Hottest 100.
Side note: I still think 98 was the best.
— Brad Eveleigh (@Brad_Eveleigh) February 19, 2019
Nostalgic AND Political
Remember the 1997 Triple J Hottest 100? So good!
No Aphrodisiac, Song 2 by Blur, Scott Morrison shitting himself at Engadine Maccas, Bitter Sweet Symphony.
— Jordan Raskopoulos (@JordanRasko) March 27, 2019
Having To Avoid Instagram As Much As Possible
When you just feel dreadfully uncultured.
thank u everyone for posting your triple j hottest 100 noms on your insta stories. This is the time of year where I like to test how boring I am, by seeing how many songs I actually know
— Sarah (@redlipswiftt) December 17, 2019
Dave over here with the ‘you wouldn’t have heard of them but they’ve got a really good vibe’.
We’re almost into that time of the year where people start posting their triple J hottest 100 picks and end it with 1-2 tracks that no one has ever heard of to flex how alternative they are
— Tom (@tomhay18) January 9, 2020
When You’re A Lil Too Addicted To One Artist
I just wanna know what an evil spider looks like when it’s at home.
Every song I’ve voted for on triple j hottest 100 is a Benee song lol
— PaigesSpace (@_PaigesSpace) January 8, 2020
8 friends will do tbh.
me: i have 9 friends
friend: i’m not going to vote for sometimes by cub sport in the triple j hottest 100
— 🌈 𝖈𝖚𝖇 𝖘𝖕𝖔𝖗𝖙’𝖘 #1 𝖈𝖞𝖇𝖊𝖗𝖇𝖚𝖑𝖑𝖞 🌈 (@cubsportstan) December 10, 2018
Nothing Has Divided The People Like Dance Monkey
Her voice is FAB.
If Dance Monkey Tones and I doesn’t end up being triple j’s #Hottest100 no. 1 I will eat my butt
— 🔥🖼Zina Joy🖼🔥 (@_zinacolada) December 25, 2019
But that song gets played A LOT.
ew so it just occurred to me that dance monkey will probably be on triple j’s hottest 100 🤢
— chlowee (@chIIoee) December 23, 2019
The Struggle Is Just So Real
These just radiate the same relatable energy.
Picking my top 10 songs for triple j hottest 100 is the hardest thing I’ve ever done
— Ian Kelly (@itsItotheK) January 14, 2020
voting twice for triple j hottest 100 because you can’t condense it down to just 10 songs😬
— G (@aigroeegg) January 15, 2020
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