American Billboard magazine revealed yesterday the Billboards Dance Power Players this year. These lists present the artists, producers, executives and actors more impressionable of dance music on the planet. More than 7,400,000,000 dollars (6,600,000,000 euros) were in the sphere of the genre.

Adam Alpert of 37 years and CEO of Disrupter Records and Songs was the Selector highlight of the magazine. Adam was the main double The Chainsmokers enhancer, which won four Billboard Music Awards, awards last May. Under the guidance of Adam Alpert, the duo released several hits during the year and are 57 weeks in the top10 of Billboard.

In the list of artists, especially the presence of Steve Aoki, Clean Bandit, Diplo, DJ Snake, Flume, Martin Garrix, David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Skrillex, The Chainsmokers, Tiesto and Zedd.

There is also a list targeted to managers. These experienced strategists managed to drive his best artists to the biggest stage. Scotter Braun and Michael George of SB Projects, where are included DJ Snake successes and Major Lazer with Justin Bieber, Martin Garrix with Dua Lipa and many others, as the new acquisition David Guetta, make this one of the most successful duo in this category.

Mark Gillespie and Dean Wilson of Three Six Zero Group, Kevin Kusatsu and Andrew Mcinnes of TMWRK, Stephanie LaFera of Little Empire Music, Tim Smith of OWSLA, Amy Thompson of ATM Artists and many other close this list.

There’s still more categories, in which stand out with the Golden Hare Kygo Group in the category of Tastemakers who are DJs and executives who have the talent to find the next stars of the electronics. After a category with the name Live, which rewards the best in the business, Russell Faibisch and Adam Russakoff of Ultra Worldwide, Pasquale Rotella of Insomniac Events and Marshmello, along with Moe Shalizi with Red Light Management.

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