Chainsmokers is a group made up of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall. The duo is among the most celebrated celebrities of our time. Some of their outstanding songs are “Bouquet,” “ Selfie,” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” The hit songs have appeared in the top twenty songs on the playlist. Furthermore, during the 59th Grammy Awards Ceremony, the duo managed to scoop an award in the best dance recording.
Recently during the release of their new single, “Closer,” Alex Pall was interviewed, and he talked about how he ventured into music. As a side hustle, he used to move to clubs in New York City DJing. He did the Djing job out passion without knowing that someday it would aid in propelling him to the high level that he is in at the moment. He was interested in the dance music, and he wanted to move it a notch higher. A good friend of his, a manger introduced him Andrew, and together they started working as team.
Alex knew what he wanted to do with his life and meeting with Andrew gave him the combination he needed. Each one knew what they had and what they were bringing on the table. Each one of them knew what was around them, what the deficient of the currently existing content was and how they were planning to survive in the industry. The talk was about trying to shape the identity around the music. The combination of a Deejay and a producer gave them the upper hand. They used to meet in the morning and depart in the evening. Sometimes working tirelessly around the clock to shape their relevance in the music world.
At first, they did not take it as a dangerous job, but as time progressed, they realized that for them to attain the quality needed to stay relevant in the market, they are necessary to focus on the music. It has been a journey of discovering more about themselves. They remain true to their course as a team and what they have accomplished today more than anyone could have ever imagined.