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Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Responds to Criticism of Billboard Rock Chart Placement

Imagine Dragons singer Dan Reynolds is responding to criticism of his band’s placement on Billboard’s Rock Songs of the Decade chart.

The group took the top three spots on the chart and some music fans were annoyed because they don’t consider Imagine Dragons a rock band.

“got on twitter to find all the slander and all the love. thank you for the love and yea I’d probably be mad if it wasn’t my band but it is my band hahahahahahbaba,” Dan wrote on his Twitter.

Dan later added, “and in all serious. thank you so much. I feel incredibly blessed to be able to have spent the last decade writing this music and sharing it w you. it all comes from a real place and it always will. the world can debate what genre it belongs in. that’s not my concern.”

READ MORE: Dan and his wife Aja shared some exciting news!

Dan Reynolds Asks for Dr. Luke Boycott, Demands Kesha Lawsuit Dropped

Dan Reynolds is speaking out about the ongoing legal battle between producer Dr. Luke and Kesha.

The 32-year-old Imagine Dragons frontman voiced his support of the 32-year-old “We R Who We R” singer on a tweet on Thursday (October 10).

“I pledge to never work with Dr. Luke unless he drops his lawsuit against @KeshaRose and releases her of any contracts she has with him (publishing etc). I ask all artists in our industry to make this same pledge. Please tweet about it and tag #boycottdrluke #FreeKesha,” he wrote.

READ MORE: Dr. Luke Responds to Lady Gaga’s Deposition in Kesha Legal Battle

For more about the original lawsuit, click here.

Yungblud Feat. Dan Reynolds: 'Original Me' Stream, Lyrics & Download - Listen!

Yungblud and Dan Reynolds are teaming up!

The 22-year-old English singer-songwriter and the 32-year-old Imagine Dragons frontman released their collaboration called “original me” on Wednesday (October 9).

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Dan Reynolds

The song was co-written by Yungblud and Dan.

“This song is about accepting the parts of yourself that you hate and realizing your biggest superpower is to be originally, authentically yourself. Working with Dan Reynolds was such a dream come true as he is a huge inspiration for me. The song literally came out of the studio within a day. The mutual raw energy between us made this song what it is,” Yungblud explained.

Listen to “Original Me” and read the lyrics inside…

Alexandra Daddario & Dan Reynolds Help Raise Millions for Pediatric Cancer Charity

Alexandra Daddario and Dan Reynolds walk the red carpet while attending the 2019 Tyler Robinson Foundation Rise Up Gala on Friday (September 6) at the Wynn in Las Vegas.

Dan was joined at the event by his Imagine Dragons bandmates and other celebs there included Shaquille O’Neal, The Amazing Race‘s Jaymes Vaughan, and actor Oliver Trevena, who hosted the festivities.

The mission of The Tyler Robinson Foundation is to strengthen families financially and emotionally as they cope with the tragedy of a pediatric cancer diagnosis by offsetting out-of-pocket life expenses.

Dan took to Instagram the next day and said, “you raised 3.2 million dollars last night for pediatric cancer families @trfdotorg. how about that to brighten your day amidst the constant onslaught of sad things! and a few cancer warriors dancing to top it off!”

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Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Explains Why He's a 'Unique' Mormon

Imagine Dragons star Dan Reynolds is opening up about his faith.

The 31-year-old rocker discussed reconciling his faith while also being an outspoken ally for the LGBTQ community in an interview with People.

“I’m a very unique Mormon. I hate that people have to be pigeon­holed. Some days I don’t believe in anything — some days I’m probably more atheist than your atheist friend. And some days I want to pray to God,” he said.

“A lot of times, people are raised in something that they had no say in. There are many people who are raised in extremely religious homes that had no say in the matter: That’s just their culture that they were born into. So to judge people based off that is a very dangerous thing. I think people need more room to just be unique but also be a part of a culture if it feels good for them, but also have their own beliefs within it. I just hate generalizing.”

“I have family and friends I grew up with who are LGBTQ and Mormon or religious. I watched their constant struggle. They were told to change something about them that is unchangeable,” he added.

Imagine Dragons recently spoke out against LGBTQ conversion therapy live at an awards show. See what they said!

For more from Dan about his religious beliefs, head to

Dan Reynolds, Aloe Blacc & More Open Up About Working With the Late Avicii

Avicii is on the cover of Spin‘s June 2019 issue, out now.

Aloe Blacc, Imagine Dragons singer Dan Reynolds, and collaborator Carl Falk are among the stars paying tribute to the late EDM superstar.

Here’s what they had to say…

Aloe, on learning the lyrics to “SOS”: “Had he released it, it potentially could have been the lynchpin to holding together whatever moment might’ve triggered him and having support from millions and millions of fans, you know?”

Dan, on Avicii’s creative vision: “He knew what he wanted to hear. I remember singing melody after melody like, ‘na na na na!’ and he would be like, ‘Hmm.’ Then I sang the melody that became ‘Heart Upon My Sleeve’ and his eyes lit up. He was like, ‘Yes!’”

Carl, on the dark side of Avicii’s work ethic: “He’d call eight hours after I left the studio, and he’d still be there with his half eaten cheeseburger laying on the laptop. It was terrible to see. We had to make sure that he slept, that he ate.”

For more from Avicii‘s collaborators, head to

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Imagine Dragons, Sting & Bebe Rexha Honored at BMI's Pop Awards 2019!

Dan Reynolds strikes a pose with his Imagine Dragons bandmates while hitting the carpet at the 2019 BMI Pop Awards held at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on Tuesday (May 14) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The “Believer” hit-makers were joined by Sting and his wife Trudie Styler, Bebe Rexha, Charlie Puth and his girlfriend Charlotte Lawrence, Ty Dolla $ign, Teddy Geiger, MAX, Christina Perri, Grey, Tayla Parx and Liza Owen at the event celebrating the best in songwriting.

The night’s first honor went to Sting for penning the timeless hit “Every Breath You Take,” which is now BMI’s most performed song with nearly 15 million radio plays.

Imagine Dragons received the BMI President’s Award in honor of their incredible creative accomplishments and commitment to philanthropic efforts that bring awareness to social injustice.

BMI Pop Song of the Year went to Bebe, Joshua Miller and Florida Georgia Line‘s Tyler Hubbard for their massive hit, “Meant to Be.”

FYI: Charlie is wearing an Ermenegildo Zegna XXX suit. Charlotte is wearing a vintage Dior dress.

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