The Chainsmokers “Don’t Let Me Down” hits #1 on Billboard after 10 weeks
Hit duo The Chainsmokers released their trap-heavy anthem “Don’t Let Me Down” featuring the powerful vocals of Daya in February and have seen the single overtake some of the biggest hits on the music charts.
The superstars have had an incredible track record with Billboard‘s Dance Chart with hits like “Inside Out” and “Roses” which spent an incredible 12 weeks in the charts. The duo is dominating once again as their single “Don’t let me down” has reached the #1 spot after an outstanding 10 weeks on the charts. With its euphoric vocals and soaring melodies the track has become an instant classic and has understandably incurred a slew of remixes from stars like W&W, Zomboy, Ephwurd, and Ricky Remedy.
Having just performed their Coachella debut this weekend, the superstar duo will no doubt be overjoyed at the fact that they are currently topping the Billboard Dance Chart, making it one of the world’s most listened to tracks of the season. Enjoy it in full below: