The Chainsmokers is a duo American Dj and production team that consists of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart. The two have had tremendous growth in their work ever since they met. They first achieved their breakthrough with their song ‘Selfie’ which was one of the top singles in various countries. They have produced several other songs such as the Roses; don’t let me down as well as Closer among others. They have been in a position to win some awards such as the Granny Award which was for the best dance recording in one of the anniversary ceremonies. They have also received an award on the iHeartRadio Music and the American Music Awards. Besides, they have even gone further to release their studio album called the Memories Do not open.
Before Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart met, the chainsmokers consisted of Alex Pall and DJ Rhett Bixler. Alex Pall had grown up with the passion and the interest of DJing. He attended New York University where he studied history and music business. Andrew Taggart attended Syracuse University before they met with Pall.
According to one of their interviews, the two colleagues explain how they have been working with some of the music stars such as Halsey and this is one of the reasons they have been able to grow in the music industry. It is always right to associate yourself with other experts in the same sector who will have a significant influence on you and give you a challenge that will lure you into pushing much harder towards attaining your goals.
They have also worked to see that they capture a large number of the audience each time they produce their songs and make live performances. They said when they were in college; they used to focus on the college kids who were mainly their audience at that time. But, when they started getting now into the real thing, they started making sure that their productions will capture all the groups of the audience beginning from the youngest to the teenagers and all the way to the elder people such as the parents. This has indeed contributed to their growth in the music industry.