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Usher may have the more impressive long-term career, but The Chainsmokers are having more chart success right now. Usher went into the live lounge for BBC Radio 1 and covered the DJ duo's recent hit "Don't Let Me Down," which currently sits at No. 7 ...
Spotify has released its data on what were the most streamed songs this summer. Among the artists who dominate the US and global rankings include Drake, The Chainsmokers, Sia and Rihanna.
We snapped photos of Bassnectar, Tiesto, Wat Out West, Lane 8, Juicy J, Harambe signs and many more.
Follow the play-by-play with artists like Hardwell, Lil Dicky, Jason Ross, Ilan Bluestone and The Chainsmokers.
The two-day EDM festival has announced its lineup and it has gone big with the bookings. It is headlined by the likes of Axwell, The Chainsmokers, Above & Beyond, Bassnectar and Hardwell.
EDC Las Vegas has announced it’s line-up, which includes Kaskade, DJ Snake and The Chainsmokers. The festival is additionally celebrating it’s 20th anniversary and will run June 17-19. Other acts include Alesso, Marshmello, Martin Garrix, ...
Cars, dancing and the woods. It is all there for The Chainsmokers.
Other additions to the Ilesoniq lineup include DVBBS, Oliver Heldens, Andrew Bayer, NGHTMRE, Jai Wolf and Throttle.
Hudson Mohawke, Daya, Metric, Ty Dolla $ign and Cheat Codes are also headed to Pittsburgh this September.
Other names on the bill include Dillon Francis, RL Grime, Madeon, What So Not and New World Punx.
The Chainsmokers deliver on another catchy, dance-pop single.
The Chainsmokers, Galantis, Anna Lunoe, Marshmello and Seven Lions are among others who will perform over Memorial Dya Weekend.
During a riotous set at Lollapalooza 2016 in Brazil this past weekend, Jack U, the EDM production super-duo of Diplo and Skrillex, dropped several new tracks including ID remixes of "Roses" by The Chainsmokers featuring vocals from Rozes and ...
Rihanna is "Work"-ing it at No. 1 again. After blasting up the charts last week to achieve her latest Hot 100 topper, she holds tight for yet another week, besting hit singles from Justin Bieber, Twenty One Pilots, Flo Rida and more.
Rihanna has put in the "Work" and now it's all paid off. Her new Drake-assisted single has risen to the No. 1 spot in the country, eclipsing hits from Justin Bieber and Twenty One Pilots to claim her latest chart-topper. Meanwhile, Joe Jonas' new ...