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Avicii’s ‘Levels’ is your ultimate number 1 in the Tomorrowland Top 1000

The Tomorrowland Top 1000 has once again captivated music enthusiasts worldwide, as they eagerly voted for their favorite anthems to create an electrifying journey through electronic music history. After an exhilarating ten-day countdown on One World Radio, the iconic Avicii secures the top spot with his timeless anthem 'Levels,' a fitting tribute to his enduring legacy.

Belgian duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, alongside MOGUAI, claim the second spot with the monumental 'Mammoth,' while Dutch sensation Martin Garrix touches hearts with the emotive 'High On Life,' securing the third position.

The top 10 showcases a dynamic mix of legendary tracks, with Swedish House Mafia's 'Don’t You Worry Child' holding its ground despite slipping a few spots. Avicii's 'Seek Bromance' sees a significant surge, landing in the fifth spot, followed closely by Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso's euphoric collaboration 'Calling (Lose My Mind)'.

The Tomorrowland Top 1000 is a testament to the enduring popularity of electronic music, featuring a diverse compilation of all-time favorites, timeless classics, and recent chart-toppers. With 131 new entries and two fresh additions to the top 10, listeners were treated to a thrilling ride through music history.

Dutch maestro Tiësto emerges as the most prolific artist on the list, boasting an impressive 44 tracks, closely trailed by Martin Garrix and David Guetta. Swedish House Mafia reigns as the highest-ranked trio, while techno luminary Charlotte de Witte shines as the top female artist.

The Netherlands proudly leads in representation, with numerous Dutch artists gracing the list, while Kevin de Vries and Mau P's collaboration 'Metro' dazzles as the highest new entry at number 48.

Relive the excitement of the Tomorrowland Top 1000's Grand Finale and delve into the official playlist on Spotify, Apple Music, and Deezer to experience the magic of electronic music's finest moments.

Images Credit: Tomorrowland Press


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