Voting is now open for DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs, in aid of Unicef. You can cast your vote before the poll closes on 13th September 2023 on the link below.
2023 marks the 30th anniversary of Top 100 DJs, which started life in 1993 as an editorially-curated list of 100 DJs to celebrate the 100th edition of DJ Magazine. Top 100 DJs has grown — through 1.3 million annual votes — into the world’s largest publicly voted music poll.
With no nominations or entry criteria, Top 100 DJs is a fully open poll. Voters are simply asked to choose their top five DJs. They can include a DJ with five followers or a DJ with five million followers.
Plans are underway for 2023’s Top 100 DJs Awards Show broadcast, which will announce the poll results in November, alongside a feature-length documentary chronicling 30 years of Top 100 DJs and the music scenes it has reflected.
In 2022, Martin Garrix was crowned as The World's No.1 DJ for the fourth time. The prodigious young Dutch DJ and producer broke through onto the scene in his mid-teens via his proto-EDM tune ‘Animals’, and scooped the Top 100 DJs crown in 2016, 2017 and 2018. He reclaimed the top spot from his great friend and mentor David Guetta, who had held the No.1 spot for the previous two years.
During the voting process, Top 100 DJs voters will be invited to donate to Unicef’s Children’s Emergency Fund. Donations can also be made direct at unicef.org.uk
Voting is open now until 23:59 BST on 13th September. Cast your votes at vote.djmag.com.