These DJs Missed Out On DJ Mag’s Top 100 – Check Out #101-150

DJ Mag announced last week its annual Top 100 DJs 2021. Following up the controversial list, DJ Mag just released the names of DJ ranking from 101 to 150.

In case you missed on the news, David Guetta kept his No.1 spot that he had last year, a decade after he was first crowned the world’s No.1 DJ back in 2011. Check out the full 2021 list in our article here.

Getting back to the follow-up list – here are the DJs who missed out on this year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs poll, by 1 to 50 positions.

  • 101. Deborah De Luca
  • 102. Maya Jane Coles
  • 103. Lokyii
  • 104. Solomun
  • 105. Headhunterz
  • 106. Le Twins
  • 107. DVBBS
  • 108. Yves V
  • 109. Leandro Da Silva
  • 110. Honey Dijon
  • 111. MK
  • 112. Casper YU
  • 113. Nicole Moudaber
  • 114. ANNA
  • 115. Wolfpack
  • 116. Cuebrick
  • 117. Solardo
  • 118. WhyBeatZ
  • 119. Marco Carola
  • 120. Tale Of Us
  • 121. The Martinez Brothers
  • 122. KEVU
  • 123. Alexander Popov
  • 124. Richie Hawtin
  • 125. Robin Schulz

Many of the names in this list include DJs who were in the Top 100 last year. Following up, we find some very recognizable, but also surprising names:

  • 126. Diplo
  • 127. Yellow Claw
  • 128. Reinier Zonneveld
  • 129. Felix Jaehn
  • 130. Vicetone
  • 131. Sub Zero Project
  • 132. Illenium
  • 133. ASCO
  • 134. Porter Robinson
  • 135. Andy C
  • 136. Swedish House Mafia
  • 137. Jay Hardway
  • 138. Sam Feldt
  • 139. Aly & Fila
  • 140. Lucas & Steve
  • 141. Warface
  • 142. Dubfire
  • 143. TOKiMONSTA
  • 144. Liu
  • 145. C-Fast
  • 146. Da Tweekaz
  • 147. Nastia
  • 148. The Blessed Madonna
  • 149. Radical Redemption
  • 150. Dubdogz

Many of these names used to rank in the Top 100, and sometimes Top 10 – such as the returning Swedish trio Swedish House Mafia. What names would you love to see climbing to the Top 100? What do you think of this ranking and its representation of the scene?

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