The Chainsmokers is an American musical duo that was introduced to the public in 2012. However, they reached the peak of their popularity in 2015 when the song “Roses” hit the radio. The Chainsmokers have also uploaded their song on YouTube, and it quickly went viral. “Roses” is just one of their hit singles, and they are grateful to all of their fans for continually supporting their music. The Chainsmokers have been creating hit singles ever since they made their debut. Among their popular singles are “Paris,” ”Closer,” “Something Like This,” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, the members of the group, stated that they never expected that their music will be loved by many people. They have been collaborating since 2012, creating experimental music for the public.
The Chainsmokers have always dreamed of becoming one of the most popular musicians in the planet, and they are thankful to their manager for giving them a chance to show their talent to the world. The Chainsmokers also showcased their remarkable ability to reach the top of the billboard hits, staying on the top position for so many weeks. The musical duo is known for creating upbeat music that is suitable for bars and clubs, but after going on hiatus for a couple of months, the musical duo revealed that they are experimenting on new genres. They revealed that their newest song, entitled “Sick Boy,” will be very different from their usual creation. They stated that their new song would give them the chance to prove that they can also be versatile.
After uploading a small sample of the music they created, the duo checked out the reaction from their fans. So far, many people praised the Chainsmokers for their bold move of trying out a new genre. The duo is feeling positive about their new song, stating that it could generate more views and earn a lot from downloads. The musical duo keeps on using their talent to create music that will be enjoyed by the public. For Alex Pall and Drew Taggart, what is important for them would be the enjoyment of their fans around the globe.