The Chainsmokers are blowing up on the radio and millions stream their hits. The surprising thing is that the duo is relatively new on the music scene. They’ve only been around for about two years. Their breakout hit was “Roses” and the duo has scored several major hits afterward. Alex Pall and Drew Taggart are the reluctant pop stars. They actually did not start singing until their first major hit. In fact, it was hits like “Don’t Let Me Down,” that turned them into a major EDM group.
The breakout success of the former DJ/Production duo was phenomenal. Many wondered if they could replicate that same success with their new music. The fact is that the pressure was on to create more hits. However, the duo are up to the challenge. In fact, they like feeling under pressure to create more hits. The good news is that they’ve released “Sick” which struck a note with fans instantly. In addition, the group has decided to change direction with their new music. Fans instantly noticed that their new music is darker and more grown-up than their former tunes.
Staying current means tapping into the things that people are discussing on social media sites. Staying current is looking at the things that affect people in today’s social climate. It is all about being able to relate to one another, according to the Chainsmokers. Certainly “Sick Boy” was a way of tuning into that feeling. It relates to the way it feels to be a person in our generation today. The Chainsmokers relate that they’ve always tried to produce high-quality music that was relatable.
The DJ and Production Duo make up the Chainsmokers. Their debut album Bouquet was released back in 2015. Since that time, the duo that consists of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart has released an amazing number of hits that climbed up the charts almost instantly. The duo has also won numerous awards that include Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, iHeart Radio Music Awards, and more. Certainly, they are a very successful team. Their accomplishments will continue to amaze fans in the future.