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Billboard Reveals First Ever ‘Billboard Dance 100’

Billboard just unveiled the first annual ‘Billboard Dance 100’ raking with their top dance and electronic artists of 2018.

With nearly 180,000 votes rom 174 countries — you guys were heard loud and clear. Billboard staff curated the rankings based on artist achievement, tour data, tack sales, streaming numbers, radio play and a fan-based poll.

Taking their place in the Billboard Dance 100 are some of our favorite artists like Kayzo, Rezz, ZHU, Louis the Child, ODESZEA, Mija Alison Wonderland and Cashmere Cat.

Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Zedd and Major Lazer found themselves in the 10 positions and The Chainsmokers took the No. 1 spot. 

Did your favorite DJ make the cut? Take a look at the full list below and let us know.

100. A-Trak

99. Tokimonsta

98. Kayzo

97. The Black Madonna

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96. Baauer

95. Lost Frequencies

94. Mija

93. Cash Cash

92. Flux Pavillion

91. Mk

90. Sofi Tukker

89. Jai Wolf

88. Nicki Romero

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87. Nicole Moudaber

86. Martin Solveig

85. Jax Jones

84. Steve Angello

83. Flosstradamus

82. Dash Berlin

81. Marco Carola

80. NERVO

79. Seven Lions

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78. Jonas Blue

77. 3LAU

76. GRiZ

75. W&W

74. KSHMR

73. Carnage

72. Alok

71. Krewella

70. Oliver Heldens

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69. Black Coffee

68. San Holo

67. Maceo Plex

66. Gryffin

65. ZHU

64. SNAILS

63. Madeon

62. Adam Beyer

61. NGHTMRE

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60. Nicolas Jaar

59. Big Gigantic

58. Louis The Child

57. Nero

56. Jauz

55. Richie Hawtin

54. Mura Masa

53. Tchami

52.  Cashmere Cat

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51. Jamie Jones

50. Pretty Lights

49. Pendulum

48. Matoma

47. Bonobo

46. RL Grime

45. Solomun

44. Alison Wonderland

43. Robin Schulz

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42. Yellow Claw

41. Illenium

40. R3hab

39. Rezz

38. Cheat Codes

37. Dillion Francis

36. Don Diablo

35. Zeds Dead

34. Porter Robinson

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33. Alan Walker

32. Carl Cox

31. Disclosure

30. Kaskade

29. Excision

28. Afrojack

27. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

26. Eric Prydz

25. Galantis

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24. Justice

23. Avicii

22. Bassnectar

21. Clean Bandit

20. Armin van Buuren

19. deadmau5

18. Hardwell

17. Axwell Ingrosso

16. Alesso

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15. Above & Beyond

14. Flume

13. Steve Aoki

12. David Guetta

11. Srillex

10. ODESZA

9. DJ Snake

8. Tiësto

7. Zedd

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6. Martin Garrix

5. Major Lazer

4. Marshmello

3. Kygo

2. Calvin Harris

  1. The Chainsmokers

 

 

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