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It’s that time of year again!

This weekend, DJ Mag announced the top 100 DJ’s for 2019, in the biggest poll to date!

In this record-breaking year, 1.3 million people cast their vote for their favourite DJs! That’s more than 100, 000 than last year.

Top 100 DJs partnered with UNICEF, the world’s leading children’s organisation and thanks to the donations of voters and DJs over the past three years, they have raised enough money to provide 150,000 life saving vaccinations to children in danger.

Top 100 DJ’s 2019

In this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have made it out tops. The duo take the number one spot after winning in 2015, moving past three-time winner Martin Garrix!

David Guetta hops up 2 places and claimed bronze. Armin van Buuren holds steady in fourth place, followed by DJ Marshmello who climbed all the way from number 10 to make his first appearance in the top five!

Don Diablo — who is once again the Highest Future House DJ  is up one more spot into sixth.

Tiësto and Afrojack both drop places however they remain in the top 10. Steve Aoki rounds off the list by climbing back up one place.

Headhunterz Wins Highest Hard Award

Headhunterz has won the Highest Hard award and also landed the No. 29 spot overall.

Headhunterz has become a worldwide ambassador for hardstyle, DJing at Tomorrowland, Electric Daisy Carnival, Mysteryland as well as Netherlands’ hardstyle festival Defqon.1.

Other Artists Moving Up

Skrillex stays at Number 21, taking the Highest Bass award yet again with Brit trance trio Above & Beyond right behind him. They moved up 29 places!

The one and only, Carl Cox comes in 35th place also taking the Highest Techno medal again. He is up 18 places, leading the charge for a new influx of house and techno artists.

Australian born bass DJ, Alison Wonderland, claims this year’s Highest Climber award after dashing up a mega 52 places.

Voting Poll, DJ Awards 2019

This year, votes came in from 179 different countries!

The most votes recorded came from the USA yet again. The UK, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany then followed. Votes came in from Facebook Google and SMS.