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18 Of EDM's Top DJs & Producers That Have Taken Home A Grammy

EDM has been infiltrating the Grammy circuit as early as 1998, and it evolved into the creation of 3 different categories for the genre - Best Dance/Electronica Album, Best Dance Recording, and Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical.

Since Frankie Knuckles received the first Grammy award in 1998, we've seen a plethora of DJs from around the world taking home Grammy's of their own.

From industry-leading artist Skrillex to those looking to expand their collection, check out 18 of EDM's most successful Grammy-winning artists:

1. Skrillex

Skrillex has won six Grammy Awards thus far. He won three Grammy Awards in 2012: Best Dance Recording for "Scary Monsters & Nice Sprites," Best Dance/Electronica Album for Scary Monsters & Nice Sprites, and Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for his remix of Benny Benassi's "Cinema." Then the following year, Skrillex came back to win the same three awards: Best Dance Recording for "Bangarang," Best Dance/Electronica Album for Bangarang, and Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for his collaborative remix with Nero of the trio's hit "Promises".

2. Chemical Brothers

Chemical Brothers has won 3 Grammy Awards. In 2006, they won Best Dance/Electronica Album for Push the Button and Best Dance Recording for “Galvanize” featuring Q-Tip. In 2008, they won Best Dance/Electronica Album again for We Are The Night.

3. Daft Punk

Daft Punk has also won 3 Grammy Awards. In 2009, they won Best Dance/Electronica Album for Alive 2007, and Best Dance Recording for “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger.” In 2014, they took home Best Dance/Electronica Album once again for Random Access Memories.

4. David Guetta

David Guetta won 2 Grammy awards, both under the category of Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical. The first was his remix of his original “When Love Takes Over” and the second was his remix of Afrojack’s “Revolver".

5. Jacques Lu Cont

Jacque Lu Cont has won Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical twice so far, once in 2005 for his remix of “It’s My Life” by No Doubt and once in 2007 for his remix of “Talk” by Coldplay.

6. Georgio Moroder

Georgio Moroder was the first recipient of the Best Dance Recording award in 1998 for his single “Carry On” featuring Donna Summer.

7. Frankie Knuckles

Frankie Knuckles was the first recipient of the award for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, however individual works were not recognized until 2003.

8. Basement Jaxx

Basement Jaxx was the first recipient for the award of Best Dance/Electronica Album award in 2005 for their album Kish Kash.

9. Deep Dish

Deep Dish won a Grammy for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical in 2002 for their remix of “Thank You” by Dido.

10. Roger Sanchez

Roger Sanchez won Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical in 2003 under Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for his remix of “Hella Good” by No Doubt.

11. Dirty Vegas

Dirty Vegas won a Grammy in 2003 under Best Dance Recording for “Days Go Bye.”

12. Benny Benassi

Benny Benassi won Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical in 2008 for his remix of “Bring The Noise” by Public Enemy.

13. Justice

Justice was Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical in 2009 for their remix of “Electric Feel” by MGMT.

14. Cedric Gervais

Cedric Gervais won a Grammy in 2014 under Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for his remix of “Summertime Sadness” by Lana Del Ray.

15. Zedd

Zedd won a Grammy Award in 2014 for Best Dance Recording for his single “Clarity” featuring Foxes.

16. Aphex Twin

Aphex Twin won his first Grammy in 2015 under Best Dance/Electronica Album for his album Syro.

17. Tiesto

Tiesto won his first Grammy in 2015 under Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for his remix of John Legend’s “All of Me”.

18. Clean Bandit

Clean Bandit won Best Dance Recording in 2015 for their single “Rather Be” featuring Jess Glynne.

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