Grammys: The Chainsmokers & Daya’s “Don’t Let Me Down” Named Best Dance Recording

Chainsmokers Daya [ABC]

Best New Artist nominees The Chainsmokers are officially Grammy Award winners.

The duo’s “Don’t Let Me Down,” which features Daya, was named Best Dance Recording.

The award was issued to track producers The Chainsmokers and track mixer Jordan Young. Featured vocalist Daya accepted the award on their behalf.

“Don’t Let Me Down” beat out “Never Be Like You,” “Tearing Me Up,” “Rinse & Repeat,” and “Drinkee.”

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