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Billboard reveals top charting dance/electronic tracks & albums of the decade

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Billboard has revealed the top charting dance/electronic albums and tracks of the decade.

Compiling 30 charts spanning the last 10 years, Billboard have named both the genre respective No. 1 album of the decade and No. 1 song.

Lady Gaga has landed the No. 1 album, with 'The Fame', with Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories', David Guetta's 'Nothing But the Beat' and 'In Return', Odesza's 2014 album, making up the rest of the top five albums.

The accolade of the No. 1 song of the decade went to Marshmello and Bastille for their 2018 collaborative track, 'Happier'. Elsewhere in the top 10 songs, another collaborative effort came in at No. 2, with The Chainsmokers and Coldplay's 'Something Just Like This' spending 25 weeks at the top spot in 2017, before a further 79 weeks in the top 10. The late Avicii, Major Lazer, and Zedd also appeared at the top of the list.

Read the full report from Billboard here.

Earlier this year, Forbes shared their list of the World’s Highest-Paid DJs for 2018. Marshmello and The Chainsmokers both made the cut, earning $40 million and $46 million respectively. The DJs also made it into this year's DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list, with Marshmello taking a spot at No. 5 and The Chainsmokers, jumping up five places on last year's poll position, at No. 26.