Billboard charts take on DJ Mag with a Top 100 ranking
The Billboard charts welcome dance music artists.
Introducing Billboard Dance 100-aiming to rank the world’s top 100 dance/electronic music artists, which have kept people grooving and dance floors pumping.
No stranger to lists, the very capable editorial and charts departments gear up to compile optimal results from three categories:
- Rankings will be gathered from streaming, track sales, album sales and radio airplay.
- Touring data like show capacities, festival bookings and residencies.
- What’s a list without fan votes? The third category is a fan –voted poll that is currently open and will close on the 16th of March.
This information is bound to lead to a objective and fair ranking system.
Dance like you mean it!
The chart with its multiple angles is designed to give everyone a fair chance and remove bias.
If you’re at the top of the charts, you still need those fan votes and if you garner those fan-votes, you still need top chart and touring data to stay in the running.
How the voting works:
Go to Billboard’s website, vote for your top 5 dance/electronic music artists and validate your vote by confirming your email address for your entry.
This is a 1-vote per person poll and any attempts to foil the 1-vite rule will have your entry disqualified.
The final list will be aptly revealed at none other than Miami Music Week 2018, which takes place from March 21-22.
It will be interesting to see how the list pans out and who will top such a renowned ranking as the Billboard charts.