Rock 'n' roll may be here to stay, but so are DJs.
Years ago, the music industry may have considered rock stars as the ultimate performers. They could fill every seat in giant arenas, make millions in one tour and of course get all the ladies.
But in recent months, we can't help but notice a new trend on the music scene. DJs can do that and so much more.
Whether obtaining residencies in Las Vegas, scoring supermodels as girlfriends or simply just doing what they love, DJ's aren't doing so bad professionally and personally.
We're taking a look at just some of the famous DJs who have proven they have the talents and star-power to be called whatever they want!
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1. Calvin Harris: According to Forbes, the DJ easily earned the title of Highest Paid DJ when he received a whopping $66 million in 2015. From endorsements with Giorgio Armani, monster radio hits like "Pray to God" and his three-year partnership with the Hakkasan group, the 31-year-old isn't doing so bad. Oh, and there's also his superstar girlfriend Taylor Swift. NBD!
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2. Joe Jonas: While many fans may be pumped for his new band titled DNCE, the former Jonas Brothers member also has plenty of skills as a DJ. There's also his impressive social life that includes visits to Fashion Weeks around the world and quality time with Gigi Hadid. When recently asked to describe his girlfriend in one word, he said "happiness."
3. Zedd: Perhaps you know you've made it when you collaborate on a single with a pop star and dating rumors begin. Before "I Want You to Know" was released with Selena Gomez, rumors of a romance between the two became front-page news. While it ended up being just a solid friendship, many people quickly discovered Zedd's catchy hits.
4. DJ Ruckus: When not performing around the world, DJ Ruckus can be found spending quality time with his supermodel girlfriend Shanina Shaik or extended family including cousin Lenny Kravitz. And not too long ago, GQ magazine called him the "most sought after DJ in the world."
5. David Guetta: According to Forbes, the French DJ and producer was able to play 30 shows in Las Vegas while maintaining a weekly residency in Ibiza. While he may be considered an EDM artist, he's also been lucky to find mainstream success leading to headlining gigs at Coachella and opportunities to work with Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj.
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6. Diplo: In just a matter of months, the DJ has or plans to collaborate with Justin Bieber, Tinashe and Iggy Azalea. If you listen to Top 40 radio for a minute, you'll likely hear his latest hit "Where Are U Now" featuring the Biebs and Skrillex.