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Best of 2016

Triple J Hottest 100 Finishes – You Can Probably Guess the Winner

Well one of the most sought after recognition's in all of music has finally closed. The votes have been tallied and winner has been announced. Triple J the staple of Australian Radio since 1975 has continually released its annual list of the hottest 100 tracks.

THIS

YEAR'S

WINNER

IS

Honestly we cannot say that we are surprised. Flume had a year that only most artists could dream of. The release of his critically acclaimed sophomore effort ‘Skin' almost broke the internet for a few weeks. He toured around the world selling out every stop, and continued to drop new music even as the year came to an end. ‘Skin' is a front runner for electronic music album of the year at the Grammy's. Congratulations to Flume, Kai and all of the those involved with the production of this monumental track.

Related: Best EDM Songs of 2016

Rounding out the Top 10 –

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2. Adore by Amy Shark
3. Jungle by Tash Sultana
4. 1955 {Ft. Montaigne/Tom Thum} by Hilltop Hoods
5. Redbone by Childish Gambino
6. Believe {triple j Like A Version 2016} by DMA'S
7. Papercuts {Ft. Vera Blue} by Illy
8. Say It {Ft. Tove Lo} by Flume
9. Stranger {Ft. Elliphant} by Peking Duk
10. Starboy {Ft. Daft Punk} by The Weeknd

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