Flume & The Chainsmokers Win Their First Ever Grammys!

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The 59th Grammy Awards came to a close a while back, and what an event it was! Not only it marked the return of Daft Punk with a live performance of their recent collaborations with The Weeknd, but also saw pop heavyweights Adele and Beyonce win big. And with that being said, we shift our focus towards the electronic music realm which witnessed the Grammys award multiple producers with their debut win.

The Chainsmokers took home the prize for Best Dance Recording with their Daya-assisted single ‘Don’t Let Me Down. Moreover, talented producer RAC bagged the award for Best Remixed Recording for his exceptional rework of Bob Moses‘ ‘Tearing Me Up‘. And lastly, wrapping up the dance music category, Flume won his debut Grammy Award with his sophomore album ‘Skin‘ being adjudged as Best Dance/Electronic Album which competed against the likes of Jean-Michel JarreTycho, Underworld and Louie Vega.

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