Ahead of the National Indigenous Music Awards, the top 20 most played Indigenous songs played on Aussie radio has been revealed by the National Indigenous Radio Chart. 

Baker Boy’s Move has taken the number one spot, with three Jessica Mauboy songs and an appearance from 16-year-old rapper The Kid LAROI. 

This year’s virtual National Indigenous Music Awards features an incredible line-up of nominees, with Baker Boy up for Artist of the Year, Song of the Year and Film Clip of the Year. Miiesha with her new debut album Nyaaringu has been nominated for Album of the Year, Film Clip of the Year and New Talent of the Year.  

Baker Boy’s ‘Meditjin’ was crowned both Song of the Year and Film Clip of the Year. 
“I honestly didn’t think I could win at all tonight, but I just want to say to all the nominees tonight across all of the categories; you are incredible, you are amazing and I am so proud of you all, my brothers and sisters. – Baker Boy 

Archie Roach’s Tell Me Why took out Album of the Year, with Miiesha awarded New Talent of the Year following her three nominations.  

Community Clip of the Year went to KDA Crew and the Indigenous Language Award to Rrawun Maymuru & Nick Wales for ‘Nyapillilngu (Spirit Lady).’ JK-47 was awarded The Triple J Unearthed Award and the Hall Of Fame Inductee for 2020 was Ruby Hunter. 

Check out the top 20 most played Indigenous songs below:

Move – Baker Boy 

Selfish – Jessica Mauboy 

Little Things – Jessica Mauboy 

2560 – Becca Hatch 

Go – The Kid LAROI ft. JuiceWRLD 

Nicotine – Sycco 

Peacemaker – Sycco 

Diva – The Kid LAROI 

Billy Bad Again – Tasman Keith 

Every Day My Mother’s Voice – Paul Kelly & Dan Sultan 

Rush – Tia Gostelow 

Twisting Words – Miiesha 

If It Glitters It’s Gold – Dallas Woods 

Psycho – Tia Gostelow 

Let Her Go – The Kid LAROI 

Meditjin – Baker Boy 

The Recipe – JK-47 

Fallin’ – Jessica Mauboy 

Over Drinking Over You – Busby Marou 

Homecoming Queen – Thelma Plum