Alex Pall, one-half of the Chainsmokers.

Creating music is not only an art but also a specialty curved deep in the heart of this dynamic duo. They are fierce at what they do and ensure they make a hit record from every single they make. The chainsmokers are a force to reckon with when it comes to the creation of music. Their fans with open arms received the release of their single “Closer” featuring Halsey. It was a highly anticipated single and people had expectations on it being different from the other singles they have produced in the past.

The single was unlike their others singles “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Roses” where one of the singles features Andrew Taggart singing. Singing on a single is a normal thing for a musician; however, listening to a Dj sing in their single is an extraordinary moment for any music lover. The love for music began differently for each member of the chainsmokers crew. For Alex pall, his love for music started when he was quite young. He was Dj while growing up and it became part of his hobby. Upon realizing that dance music was no longer a hobby but a passion that took over his life, Alex Pall decided to make his passion a career.

His current manager introduced Andrew to him and the rest, as they say, is history. The same applies to Andrew Taggart. However, apart from being a DJ, Andrew is also a producer. Combining their traits in music, the chainsmokers top hits began. Being the dynamic duo they are has helped them create a brand that is different from other singers and Dj’s across the world. Maintaining their musical identity is key with every song they produce. Ensuring they sound different is what makes the dynamic duo different from all the artists and DJs producing music.

The one thing that makes this dynamic duo’s music different is that they sing about their lives. According to Alex Pall, they write their lyrics and this makes their songs relatable to their fans. It also allows their fans an opportunity to see what goes into making the chainsmokers a success.

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