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Grammy-Winning DJs

Who will win big this year?

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    Dance Music has been part of the Grammys for longer than you think! Check out the producers/DJs who have taken home awards over the years!

    Skrillex was a big winner in 2012 and 2013! He won Best Remixed Recording for "Cinema" in 2012 and "Promises" in 2013. He also won Best Dance/Electronica Album for Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites in 2012 and Bangarang in 2013.

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    In 2013 Calvin Harris and Rihanna won a Grammy for Best Short Form Music Video for "We Found Love."

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    Producer Danger Mouse has won his fair share of Grammys! In 2006 he won Best Urban/Alternative Performance with Gnarls Barkley for "Crazy" as well as Best Alternative Music Album for Gnarls Barkley's St. Elsewhere. In 2010, he won Producer of the Year, and in 2012 he won Best Rock Album for The Black Keys's El Camino, and Best Rock Song for "Lonely Boy."

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    David Guetta is a two-time Grammy winner for Best Remixed Recording. His first win was in 2010 for "When Love Takes Over" and his second was in 2011 for "Revolver."

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    Along with David Guetta, Afrojack took home a Grammy for "Revolver" in the Best Remixed Recording category.

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    La Roux won Best Electronic/Dance Album for their self-titled album in 2011.

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    French duo Justice won Best Remixed Recording in 2009 for "Electric Feel."

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    Mark Ronson took home two awards at the 2008 Grammys for Producer of the Year on Amy Winehouse's "Back to Black" and "Rehab."

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    Benny Benassi won Best Remixed Recording for "Bring the Noise" in 2008.

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    Jacques Lu Cont took home the Grammy for Best Remixed Recording (Non Classical) three times. Once in 2005 for his remix of No Doubt's "It's My Life," again in 2006 for his remix of Coldplay's "Talk," and won his third Grammy in 2007 for Best Electronic/Dance Album with Madonna's Confessions on a Dance Floor.

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    The Chemical Brothers won Best Electronic/Dance Album in 2006 for Push the Button and for We Are The Night in 2008.

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    Daft Punk won for Best Electronic/Dance Album with Alive 2007 as well as Best Dance Recording with "Harder Better Faster Stronger" in 2006.

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    Dirty Vegas won the Grammy for Best Dance Recording in 2005 for their smash hit "Days Go By."

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    In 2005 Basement Jaxx won a Grammy for Best Dance/Electronica album with their third studio effort Kish Kash.

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    The Neptunes, comprised of Daft Punk collaborator Pharrell and Chad Hugo, took home the Grammy for Producer of the Year in 2004.

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    Roger Sanchez took home the award for Best Remixed Recording in 2003 for his remix of No Doubt's "Hella Good."

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    Deep Dish took home the Grammy for Best Remixed Recording (Non Classical) in 2002 for their famous remix of Dido's "Thank You."

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    In 2001 Hex Hector won the Grammy award for Remixer of the Year (Non Classical).

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    DJ Peter Rauhofer won Best Remixer of the Year for his remix of Cher's "Believe" in 2000.

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    David Morales took home the Grammy for Remixer of the Year (Non Classical) in 1998.

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    In 1998, Donna Summer and Daft Punk collaborator Giorgio Moroder took home the Grammy for Best Dance Recording with "Carry On."

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