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Dance music artists show thanks for the holiday

Thanksgiving 2013 may be officially over, but artists from all over the world spent all of yesterday tweeting what they were thankful for this year. Yes, even those who aren’t American and don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in their home countries, such as Chuckie, Dada Life, and Cedric Gervais. Below is a collection of Thanksgiving-themed tweets for an extra dose of turkey-induced candidness.

Clearly Nicky needed a nap after all that turkey.

We’re thankful for you, too, An21. Keep on keeping on.

Porter gets a bit sentimental on Thanksgiving, but that’s what the holidays are for, right?

Tritonal are rightfully grateful for their self-titled fans who often go by the slogan, “Tritonians Unite!”

Chuckie gets it.

Although their show in Miami was recently shut down, Dada Life are still just as dedicated to the “Citizens of Dada Land,” possibly even more so.

While Sonny’s tweet is pretty generic, we’re still thankful that he bothered to tell us what he’s thankful for this year.

Cedric was born and raised in France but now that he lives in Miami, not celebrating Thanksgiving would just be…unAmerican.

At least he’s honest. 

Those lights are sick.

Ryan, lyrical as per usual. He doesn’t need to tell us what he’s thankful for, because telling us through soul/R&B is so much better anyway.

Rightly so, Pentz is first and foremost thankful for his son, Lockett, the mother of his son, and Mad Decent. These are what make Diplo, Diplo…

…But actually it’s the fans who take precedence. He takes a modest approach with this one.

Yesterday, after much speculation, Dillon Francis admitted to having a dad.

You know sh*t is serious when “AdventureClub’s Liver” has its own Twitter handle.

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