The Chainsmokers have released a new take on their massive single “Don’t Let Me Down” ft. Daya with a remix from Hardwell & Sephx – listen to it HERE. The new reworking of the track arrives just after the release of the official video for the Gold-certified single, which is available to view HERE. While driving their tricked out vintage lowrider through the woods, The Chainsmokers and Daya’s worlds collide, leading to an unexpected turn of events. The breakout DJ/producer duo also recently unleashed a remix package for the single, featuring other unique versions of the song from W&W, Zomboy, Ephwurd and Ricky Remedy.
“Don’t Let Me Down,” which follows the duo’s double-platinum smash hit “Roses,” recently broke into the Top 5 on iTunes’ Top Songs chart and currently sits at #1 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart and #7 on The Hot 100. Occupying the #1 spot on iTunes’ Top Dance songs chart, the track is continuing to climb on the radio front as it jumps Top 5 airplay at Pop and Top 10 at Rhythm. The song is also the second-most tagged song in the U.S. on Shazam. Internationally, “Don’t Let me Down” is certified 2x Platinum in Sweden, Platinum in Australia, New Zealand, Norway and Gold in Canada, Belgium, Ireland, and Italy. It’s also currently #3 on the Global Dance Shazam chart, #5 on the worldwide Shazam chart, and #7 on the Global Spotify chart. The song has garnered over 185 Million streams worldwide.
The Chainsmokers are nominated in the Top Dance/Electronic Artist and Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Roses” ft. Rozes) categories at this weekend’s Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas.