Musicians are challenged with the daunting task of belting out tunes that keep their fans interested and always looking forward to next track. Failure to achieve this all-important goal can lead to musical oblivion and associated financial losses not only to the artist but also to the record label and promoters. However, exceptional artists are renowned for their ability to reinvent themselves through imaginative and creative tracks. In most cases, such creativity is rewarded with awards. Such has been the musical career of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart whose fortunes have risen significantly since breaking into the industry in 2015.
Within a short period, the dynamic duo has developed a reputation of producing chart-smashing and award-winning hits such as “Paris,” “Roses,” and “Don’t Let Me Down.” Buoyed by their monumental success within a short period, the duo has sought to explore the range of their musical skills and capabilities. Despite starting out as producers, The Chainsmokers have also ventured into singing with Drew Taggart establishing his name as a talented singer. They have also ventured into new genres of music with remarkable success as exemplified by the release of their new hit, “Sick Boy.” The dark theme of the song reflects their life’s frustrations. Chainsmokers’ success has seen them perform to exclusive audiences including Conrad Hotel’s American Express cardholders.
The Chainsmokers, the American disc jockey duo renowned for their electronic songs, has grown into a formidable entity with multiple awards to their names. Since coming together in 2012, Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart have won two American Music Awards and four Billboard Music Awards from over twenty nominations. In 2017, a song they produced, “Don’t Let Me Down,” won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording. They also boast of eight iHeartRadio Music Awards gongs out of over a dozen nominations.
They have also won WDM Radio Awards, NRJ Music Awards and MTV Italia Awards among others. The successful release of their critically acclaimed album, “Memories Do Not Open Tour,” saw them set off for a six-legged world tour that began in Miami, Florida and ended in Auckland, New Zealand.