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article imageThe Chainsmokers win Grammy award for 'Best Dance Recording'

By Markos Papadatos     Feb 13, 2017 in Music
The Chainsmokers won the 2017 Grammy award for "Best Dance Recording" for their hit single "Don't Let Me Down," featuring Daya.
They bested such dance recordings as Bob Moses' "Tearing Me Up," Flume featuring Kai's "Never Be Like You," Riton featuring Kah-Lo's "Rinse & Repeat" and Sofi Tukker's "Drinkee."
The Chainsmokers were also nominated for "Best New Artist" and for "Best Pop Duo/Group Performance" for "Closer," featuring Halsey. They are signed to Disruptor Records and Columbia Records, and they will be release their debut studio album this year.
In June, they will be performing at Forest Hills Stadium in Forest Hills, New York, as part of their 40-city arena tour.
To learn more about The Chainsmokers, their 2017 touring schedule and music, check out their official homepage and Facebook page.
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