Bille Eilish is your Hottest 100 winner, and has made history by taking out this year's count.
She beat out Flume and Vera Blue with Rushing Back, and Mallrat's Charlie, who came in 2nd and 3rd respectively. Also in the top ten was Thelma Plum's Better In Blak - the highest ranking song by an Indigenous artist ever. She also made the list with Homecoming Queen at #65 and Not Angry Anymore at #78.
It was a record-breaking year for the Hottest 100, with over 3.2 million votes submitted, a rise of 16.7% on last year.
17 artists made their debut in this year's countdown, while 65 Australian songs featured during the count, just shy of 2016's record of 66. We saw killer pop tracks like E^ST's Talk Deep, Client Liaison's The Real Thing, Tyler, The Creator's EARFQUAKE, Halsey's Graveyard and heaps more make the list.
The win caps off a huge 2019 for Billie, who released her smash hit debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? as well as playing huge shows across the globe.
If you haven't already, check out the track below - it's definitely a worthy winner and marks the first time a solo female act has won the Hottest 100.