Today marks a truly historic upset in Seattle’s music history.With a casette

Today marks a truly historic upset in Seattle’s music history.

With a casette tape that drummer Stacy Peck says only took $100 and five hours to record, Seattle’s beloved femme-punk trio Childbirth just beat out Kendrick Lamar, Katy Perry and Lana Del Rey on Spin’s “Top 101 Songs of 2014.”

Childbirth’s single, “I Only Fucked You as a Joke” came in at a stunning #9, rounding out the top 10 with company like multi-millionaire pop divas Nicki Minaj and Beyonce. All hail Childbirth. Can’t say we didn’t call it though.

When asked if they’d like to deliver a speech regarding their landslide victory, Childbirth’s Julia Shapiro, Bree McKenna and Stacy Peck had this to say:

“Thank you to all our fans and haters. It’s partly because of you that we are so big on the Internet.

But most of all thank God.”

While Childbirth have lots to celebrate today, so does the band’s local label, Help Yourself Records, who within a year went from a drunken idea hatched “somewhere in Ballard” to releasing material that sits directly in between Jenny Lewis and Sia. We reached out to label co-founders Sam Mouser and Kim Roberts who had this to say about the victory:

Mouser: “Suck on that Drake.”

Roberts: “Better than Flawless, worse than XO.”

Congratulations Childbirth, Help Yourself Records, and the city of Seattle on this historic day. Listen to the whole album below: