Shows and festivals may be returning, but live streams still played an important role for dance music culture in 2021. Clubbing TV has once again celebrated the top 40 streaming DJs to honor their contributions to the global dance community.
All of the honorees on the list have given significant energy to live streams over the past year. Whether they used their platform to raise money or simply delivered high quality experiences on a consistent basis, thousands of people around the world kept dancing because of them.
David Guetta took the top spot on the list this year after his series of charity streams entitled United At Home. Each of these broadcasts saw the French legend spin from gorgeous locations like Miami and Dubai and raise money for Unicef (United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund). In total, Guetta raised over $700,000—an incredible achievement to say the least.
Clubbing TV made their selections based on over 1500 hours of streaming footage. With an expert understanding of the the technical and artistic aspects of curating a livestream, 12 independent industry professionals considered regularity, quality, scenery and fund raising among other criteria.
Beyond the top 40 slots, Clubbing TV also honored six special categories including “The Biggest” which went to Tomorrowland—Around The World and “Most Original Format” which went to Ramiro Lopez and Lily Palmer.
Check out the full list of Clubbing TV’s top 40 Live Streaming DJs along with the special categories here.