As a fan of EDM music, I would like to share with you the classification of the top 100 Dj in the world according to Djmag.fr
1 - Dimitri vegas and like mike
In 2013, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike registered the highest increase in the top of the rankings before come up to the 2nd place in 2014...On stage, microphone Mike incantations have so much space that the big room drops released by Dimitri. The facial expressions are always the same, with a "hey ho" and "3, 2, 1" recurring, and also the countless "put your fu * ing hands up in the hair", a central element of the show proposed by these two brothers of Greek origin, who were in no way intended to become DJ's #1 of the Top 100 DJs. Taking advantage of the advent of the "hard dance", also called "big room", Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike launched in 2011 their label Smash The House to speed up the pace of their outputs. Every year, they contributed to format a dancefloor music based on energy, power and accessibility. Three key words that meet in all respects to the expectations of young people familiar to the EDM codes. They are adept of studio collaboration with big artist and Result : they accumulate millions of views in each new single. The last two, 'The Hum' co-produced with Ummet Ozcan, and 'Higher Place' sung by Ne-Yo, were among the most consumed by fans of EDM in recent months. I'm a fan of these Dj and I bought their last album on this second hand website : http://www.in-vendita.it, the best place to find cheap products !
His fans thought he would realize the hat-trick but Hardwell must settle this time for second place. Robbert van Corput had a year 2015 rich in emotions, with the release of his first album 'United We Are', Its weekly residence in Ushuaia Ibiza and concerts through the world.
3- Martin Garrix
4-Armin van Buuren
Each year, the name of Armin van Buuren figure at the top of the top 100, as if he could not have other options. True to trance culture, the Dutchman is a true war machine. At the head of her show A State Of Trance and its Armada label (which now has 10 of sublabels, including The Bearded Man who launched the careers of Lost Frequencies), he argues such a hungry conqueror. It has already put the trance world at his feet but it caters to more and more to all those who gravitate to the EDM culture.