<h1>For the last week, the internet has been going crazy over <a href="http://bzfd.it/1sXHlX2">#Tay4Hottest100</a>.</h1>
There's been <a href="http://bit.ly/1sXHlX3">think</a> <a href="http://bit.ly/1yH7gSw">pieces</a>, <a href="http://bzfd.it/15wEqKY">memes</a>, <a href="http://bzfd.it/1sXHnOO">controversies</a> and oh so many <a href="http://bit.ly/1yH7gSy">tweets</a>, but by far the best response has come from Perth school teacher Jaymee Franchina, who <a href="http://on.fb.me/1sXHlX4">spent 72 hours</a> creating a glorious mixtape of Taylor Swift vocals and samples of popular songs from the last 20 years of the Hottest 100.
<h1>Listen to the whole thing below. It's long but it's WORTH IT.</h1> <a href="http://bit.ly/1yH7icT">http://bit.ly/1yH7icT</a>
I would rather have her in the Triple J Hottest 100 then any arrogant producer that has made one good song and thinks that they have the right to be rude and obnoxious to others (trust me I have met my fair share of these people throughout my life within the music industry). My job as a high school teacher has made me view and hear a lot of negativity across all the students I teach and [it] has made me happy to see a famous role model out there setting a good example for those young adolescents and teenagers growing up within our modern society…
Taylor Swift, you are a legend and it is on my bucket list to meet you. Hopefully this mixtape will put me one step forward in doing so and to be honest, I think you sound great with any Triple J song. x
<h1>Franchina is not wrong. Check out the <a href="http://bit.ly/1yH7icU">full list of tracks he used here.</a> *Clicks play on mixtape, repeats forever.*</h1>