Ultra Music Festival is in the books! Check out the best of the best!

What a massive Ultra this year! Over the weekend over 250 of the worlds best DJ's converged on Miami for three days of eat, sleep, rave, repeat! During the festival, Ultra has amazing coverage of the madness live with their live Youtube stream.

Shortly after a DJ's set, the footage is ready for your Youtube viewing pleasure. I've been binge watching all of the full sets to bring you this list, sorry Netflix...

Hardwell: The #1 DJ in the world! He had the honor of closing the festival Sunday night. The dirty Dutch producer BROUGHT THE HOUSE DOWN! Hardwell's set took three months of preparation and featured 90% new music! Hardwell showed the world why he is king!

Armin Van Burren: The former #1 DJ in the world took the main stage, co-headlining Saturday night. As a huge fan of Armin and Hardwell, it's nice to see the former #1 DJ show love to the new #1. The king of trans-house dropped a handful Hardwell tracks including his remix of Armin's hugely popular track 'This is What it Feels Like' as his closing song.

W&W: Watch out for these Dutch DJ dudes! Another Saturday main stager, W&W, brought an impressive set. Their new tune 'Bigfoot' shook the crowd alive, along with other tracks from fellow Revealed Records labelmates. Now folks know why Hardwell signed them to his label!

Nicky Romero: I wouldn't be surprised if Nicky was crowned the #1 DJ in the next few years. Known for his long, hyped-up builds and bouncy drops, his set features many genres of music and house sub-genres.

Fedde Le Grand: WHAT A SET! Taking a trip over to the Worldwide Stage, Fedde rocked his Sunday headlining set! I'm sending him the award for most drops that left the crowd yelling 'OHHHHH!'

Tiësto: No way would I leave one of the most recognized dude in house music out! Main stage as headliner Friday night, Mr. T-iesto packed some musical warheads! I challenge you to find a song the the whole crowd doesn't sing along with. PS: I'm super pumped we're playing his new ditty, 'Red Lights' on the Z!