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The Chainsmokers win GRAMMY for Best Dance Recording with ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ featuring Daya

Congrats!

The Chainsmokers won a Grammy award for Best Dance Recording last night, for their catchy, worldwide hit ‘Don’t Let Me Down featuring Daya'. 

The duo beat out Flume, Riton, Sofi Tukker and Bob Moses in the same Grammy grouping, whilst non-dance acts including Chance The Rapper, Beyonce and Adele also took home awards, and Daft Punk performed with R&B crooner The Weeknd

Reacting to the news on Twitter, The Chainsmokers said, “Can't even front. This was just the most special moment ever for us! To do this with your best friend. There's no feeling like it.”

In collaboration with singer Daya, ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ quickly became a hit in 2016 with it's power-packed combination of drops and synths coupled with potent vocals.

2017 is already shaping up to be another successful year for the popular duo.  They released their first single of 2017, ‘Paris’, just last month and have announced plans to release their debut album sometime this year.

Take a walk down memory lane and watch the visual for the Grammy Award-winning tune below. 

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