We are halfway through the voting period for 2016's Top 100 DJs poll. Votes have been flying in from all corners of the globe! Over one million people will have had their say by the time voting closes on 14th September.
The discussion online and beyond is intense. Will we have a new winner? Or can last year’s champions retain the top spot?
Only you can decide the outcome of the poll, so be sure to cast your vote here!
But first, read our lowdown of some of the main contenders, listed in alphabetical order.
ARMIN VAN BUUREN
The most successful DJ ever to grace the Top 100 DJs poll, Armin Van Buuren, has won the competition a record five times. The Dutchman was the highest ranked trance DJ in 2015, and will be hoping to retain the title in 2016. Has the trance legend got your vote?
DIMITRI VEGAS & LIKE MIKE
2015's champions shocked the electronic music scene by snatching the crown from two-time winner, Hardwell. The stadium filling brothers, who made their names as Tomorrowland residents, will be tough to beat in 2016. Can they join the elite group of DJs who have managed to win back-to-back number one spots.
Two-time Top 100 DJs champion, Hardwell, will be hoping to make it back to the top of the pile in 2016. The Revealed Recordings boss, who partnered with Miller Genuine Draft earlier this year, remains one the planet's most in-demand DJs. Will 2016 be the year he returns to the summit?
Dutch star, Martin Garrix, has experienced an incredible ascent to dance music's top table. The DJ and producer, who broke through with 'Animals' in 2013, is aiming to become the youngest ever Top 100 DJs winner. Has he done enough to win your vote?
Did you vote for one of these DJs, or did your votes go elsewhere? As always, only you can decide the final results, so if you haven't yet had your say, you can vote here.
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