The Chainsmokers Adapt A New Style For Their New Album

The Chainsmokers have emerged as an international sensation, and have gone beyond topping the charts to become a well-known name in the industry. Even though the duo, comprising of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, has been in the limelight for over three years, it feels like their presence on the music scene has been more prevalent than ever.

The Chainsmokers made their debut back in 2015 with their song Roses, The song became an instant party hit and was being played in clubs across the world. The duo quickly rose to popularity with the song, and then went on to release a number of other chart-topping hits. Their iconic and electrifying music coupled with their ability to connect with their fans is one of the many things that has made The Chainsmokers the well-known music act that they are today.

One of the reasons why The Chainsmokers has grown in popularity so much over the years is because of their ability to evolve with their listeners. Back when the duo first started releasing their music online, The Chainsmokers released music that spoke about love, loss and all the things that were prevalent to the audience that they were targeting their music too. With their most recent album, The Chainsmokers decided to take on a new approach to the music that they were making, coming out with an album that gave their audience a glimpse into the darker side of things.

Andrew Pall and Alex Taggert have repeatedly emphasized that their music is a reflection of the experiences that they have had and the lives that they lead. One of their most recent songs that the duo released was Sick Boy, which talks about the situation that today’s youth are in and the political standings that govern our society. Fans were taken aback when the song was released, and eagerly awaited the release of the new album of The Chainsmokers that takes on a different approach as compared to the music that they were previously known to put out.

Even though The Chainsmokers have only released a few songs from their latest album, there is no denying that the fanfare behind this new music style is prevalent and something that is going to take the world by storm.

https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/dance/8099170/the-chainsmokers-new-song-video

Wengie Debunks Some Myths

 

 

Wengie has a one woman nearly 15 minute interesting show to debunk many popular myths. These myths  include should you not wake up a sleepwalker, does shaving your legs increase the amount of hair that grows back, can looking too closely at a screen damage your eyes.

 

In the animal world, Wengie challenges the belief that cats always land on their feet and bulls are angered by the color red. Wengie wonders how many people believe that goldfish have a three second memory. These myths and others are discussed in a fun and entertaining way that must not be missed.