We recently saw someone ask ChatGPT who were the worst rappers of all time and while we didn’t want to find who they think the worst EDM artists are (you can do that on your own), we asked ChatGPT for who they think the best EDM artists of all time were. Here is what it had to say.
Determining the “best” EDM artists of all time is subjective, as different people have different tastes and preferences. However, there are several artists who have made significant contributions to the genre and are often considered influential or iconic. Some of the most notable EDM artists include:
- Daft Punk – The French duo has been influential in shaping the modern sound of electronic music since the 1990s.
- The Chemical Brothers – The British duo has been a pioneer in the big beat and electronic music genres since the 1990s.
- Avicii – The late Swedish DJ and producer was known for his melodic and catchy tracks that brought EDM to mainstream audiences.
- Calvin Harris – The Scottish DJ, record producer, and singer has produced numerous hit songs and has worked with a variety of popular artists.
- Deadmau5 – The Canadian electronic music producer and DJ is known for his progressive house and electro house tracks.
- Tiësto – The Dutch DJ and record producer has been a major player in the trance and progressive house scenes since the 1990s.
- Skrillex – The American DJ, record producer, and singer popularized the dubstep and brostep genres, which made a huge impact on the electronic music landscape.
- Armin van Buuren – The Dutch DJ and record producer is a key figure in the trance music scene and has a massive global following.
- Swedish House Mafia – The Swedish electronic music supergroup, consisting of Axwell, Steve Angello, and Sebastian Ingrosso, has produced numerous hits in the progressive house genre.
- Aphex Twin – The British electronic musician, known for his experimental and diverse sound, has been influential in several electronic music subgenres.
There are many other talented EDM artists, so this list is by no means exhaustive. Music tastes are personal, and the “best” artists for one person may not be the same for another.
What do you think of its answer?