The smoking chainsmokers

The chain smokers are a EMD-pop/ electropop duo group made up of Alex pall and Andrew Taggart. Alex and Andrew met through their manager, Adam Alpert, and have been climbing their way to the top ever since. The chain smokers have been active since 2012. They made their break through with #selfie in 2014, but it wasn’t until 2015 that they made Billboard top 10 with their song ‘roses’. A few of their other achievements include “Don’t Let Me Down” becoming their first top 5 single. they won the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording at the 59th awards ceremony. “Closer” became their first number-one single on the chart. They two American Music Awards, and five iHeartRadio Music Awards.

Not only do Alex and Andrew produce their own music they also write with a group of song writer and sing their own music. Alex says in an interview with interview magazine that the music is about them so of course they are writing it. After nine months of not releasing any new music, At the beginning of 2018 the Chainsmokers released to their fans “Sick Boy”. The song has been described to have a stirring melody and was made especially for the next phase in their career, and the die hard fans of course. Taggart says ““Sick Boy” is the first installment of this first new chapter on us”

The chainsmokers have been touring and doing interviews and the world is really getting to know them. Having an international audience They try and relate to the world through social media since that is where most of the audience is. However social media can only tell so much of a story, and everything else is left to interpretations, which is something that everyone one goes through not just artists, explains Andrew at the end of a Forbes interview with Hugh McIntyre.