Yesterday the ever so controversial awards ceremony by DJ MAG, that is right non other the the anual TOP 100 DJs Poll was released to the world, full Poll position HERE.

Martin Garrix after coming into the scene 4 years ago becomes the youngest ever to win the notorious award, followed in second place was the Belgian duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and to close the podium was Dutch veteran and 2x award winner, Hardwell. The Chainsmokers become the highest re-entry, Swanky Tunes where one of the most controversial names on the list as they were this years highest climbers, climbing an astonishing 70 places in the poll.

However the list is also made of surprising names, after all there has to be a reason as to why the list is so controversial. DJ Chetas from India whom no one knows about makes into the list for the second time in a row and this time round in 33th place climbing a total 26 places, Brazilian DJ Alok climbs 19 places to claim the 25th spot yet another controversial high rank. But it’s not just the high ranks that makes this list controversial, the low ranks also making this list ever so dubious legend Eric Prydz in 66th, Dyro in 93rd, Ferry Corsten in 99th and many others where placed well below the expectations.

Read our full review on the TOP 100 HERE (Not out yet)

But with all this controversy, DJs took to twitter to voice their opinion and we collected same of our favorites for your enjoyment, check them out and make sure to let us now others that we may of have missed.

We will start off slowly and ease you into it

Well congratulations to The Weeknd on making it to the top 100

It must suck to be second, right?!

3LAU says it like it is!

Legend Eric Prydz had the most to say about the poll, buckle up…

Deadmau5 thanked his fans

And then well, you already know… and Kaskade was the proudest of them all

Nicky Romero was thankful

So poetic Max

Let’s make DJ Mag top 100 great again

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There is something special about Dance Music, you can't explain it, just feel it. Dance Music is more than just music, Dance Music is a culture a movement. One that I respect deeply and love to understand be a part of. Started Wide Future in 2014 because of the love I have for every single genre of Dance Music, Techno, House, Drum, Big Room, Trap, Trance, etc.

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