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The Chainsmokers Talk 'Don't Let Me Down' Remix Album Collabs

Along with scoring a GRAMMY nomination, the duo's Daya-assisted hit received a dope remix treatment

The Chainsmokers are everywhere these days, and for good reason. The DJ duo dropped some of 2016's biggest singles, including "Don't Let Me Down" that's up for Best Dance Recording at Sunday's GRAMMY Awards.

The Daya-assisted hit got even bigger after remix versions surfaced, and Drew Taggart was quick to praise the producers who helped make it happen. "We're really blessed to have this super quality, diverse range of remixes that are going everywhere," he says. "We have two of the best remix EPs. We got really lucky."

In addition to collaborating with Hardwell, the "biggest DJ in the world," The Chainsmokers released "Don't Let Me Down" remixes with Zomboy and Illenium.

Next, watch the duo discuss how insane 2016 was during an interview at Bonnaroo:

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