Chainsmokers, Dynamic Duo

Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart go against the expectations of both their fans for media support and the music industry to stay ahead of the curve as far as trending music is concerned. They have always loved to create musical masterpieces but all that took a whole new level when Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart met eachother inside of an art exhibit where not only did their appreciation for music grow but their ideas and concepts as well. Alex Pall did a number of street gigs that later helped them to gain venues to play shows at, and therefore gain a more public awareness out of them. Andrew Taggart went to school for music business so he did most of the chit chat when it came to talking business with potential mangers, clients, and network connections. They gave fans the joy ride of their lives with the musical creations of such honorable mentions as Roses, Closer, Everybody Hates Me, and Selfie, but nothing compared to the one of the darker tracks created by the fantastic two which is called Sick Boy. Sick Boy is a carefully crafted piece by them that took about nine whole solid months to even make and they were able to actually pull it off thanks to their music managers. They have called their song name Sick Boy because of the real life implications it takes on when considering the effects of too much social media and culture that says that one has to be liked by thousands of people to be a somebody. The Chainsmokers have emphasised this on their album because they not only go through the challenges and difficulties one endures through the heat of social media but also because they see it in other people as well and it is preferably because of that very reason that the Chainsmokers released their song Sick Boy. It came from the anger and stress inside the hearts of them that they became inspired to create this piece of music and as a result, the anger and the frustration got creatively converted into the masterpiece seen before the eyes of the multitudes.

 

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