The world of music is unceasingly changing, improving, growing and continually transforming. This statement is best observed in the kind of music that The Chainsmokers has experienced. The music production duo popularly known as The Chainsmokers has been smashing the airwaves, but in the latest report from Forbes, we can read that The Chainsmokers is upending their reputation of being a mainstream artist and now trying to transform their brand. They’re now trying to become a bit edgy, and are trying to make their music “darker than ever.”
The New Phase
The Chainsmokers is not new to success, but with the type of stellar growth they have gained lately, it’s little wonder why we can observe them be doing something different than usual. Taggart and Pall are the two men behind the name The Chainsmokers, and with their darker tone and interest for their new single, there’s much excitement to expect from their fans.
In the interview from Forbes, we also learned that there’s a lot of frustration from the DJ duo in creating this new phase of their career. Taggart even shared in the interview that because of the expectations people have of their music, it might be a bit difficult for them to deviate from their usual genre that they’re stereotyped.
About The Chainsmokers
It’s better to start the bio of The Chainsmokers by saying that it is an American DJ/production duo that consists of Alex Pall and his loyal partner Andrew Taggart. With their dynamic duo and powerful songs, they’re able to hit the charts, gain success and always become a part of Top 50 Lists on various billboards.
One of the most striking and breakthrough songs that The Chainsmokers was able to successfully put out there is the 2014 song #Selfie. It was such a sensational song that it stayed in the lists of Billboards for several weeks, even months.
They’re also not new to awards. Some of the outstanding awards that they received include two American Music Awards and five awards from the iHeartRadio Music Awards. Their debut studio album is called Memories…Do Not Open, which was released in April 2017.