With their latest string of accomplishments, The Chainsmokers have irrefutably cemented their status as kings of the crossover dance world.
Early Monday morning, the pair took to national television for a performance of “Don’t Let Me Down” on Good Morning America. With vocalist Daya and a full band in tow, the group showcased a stirring live rendition of their inescapable hit — which, as it happens, has also just been certified platinum in the US.
What’s more, “Don’t Let Me Down” hit another milestone this week by achieving the #1 spot on American Top 40 radio, beating out Fifth Harmony’s “Work” for the top position. It’s a very rare feat for an electronic track, and a testament to just how far The Chainsmokers have come in the past few years.
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