The Chainsmokers Share Their Music Making Experiences With Fans

The Chainsmokers have been changing things up this past year after a two-year-long streak of being one of the biggest names in the business. WIth new hits coming out nearly every month, the Chainsmokers rode a wave starting in 2015 that saw them on the top of nearly all music charts on a constant basis. As many celebrities know, fans and the media can be a finicky thing, which is capable of bringing a person up, or bringing them crashing down. The Chainsmokers have dealt with their fair share of scrutiny and criticism over the years dealing with the industry and their audiences and it seems it finally caught up to them after a couple of years time.

Starting in 2018, the Chainsmokers started releasing a completely new style of music that they haven’t done before. Although it has a different vibe to it, it tries to tell a story and an important one at that. More than ever, the Chainsmokers want to connect with their audiences and give them someone to relate to, letting the people know they are more than celebrities. In their latest songs, including Sick Boy, they have addressed various things going on in the world today as well as the many critics that have fired shots at them. What’s most important to the Chainsmokers moving forward is that they continue to grow and evolve as musicians. They do not want to get stuck on a bandwagon only producing music that others want them to.

In recent news, the Alex and Andrew of the Chainsmokers have been reaching out to fans, sharing some insight on how they create their songs. They have a short clip up for their fans to see and more in the works to show people just what goes into making one of their critically acclaimed songs. Whether it’s in the party theme or something new, fans are always happy to hear something new from the Chainsmokers and they have assured fans there is plenty more coming down the road.

http://variety.com/2018/music/news/chainsmokers-halsey-honor-avicii-billboard-music-awards-1202817443/

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