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Alex Pall Discusses Career In Interview With Rosenzweig

Throughout the past few years, the Chainsmokers have risen from the depths of obscurity to become one of the most famous musical acts of our generation. So just how have they managed to accrue such a pervasive amount of fame in such a short period of time? Alex Pall recently sat down with Mathias Rosenzweig to discuss how they rocketed to success, how they deal with the fame and fortune, and where they would like to go in the future of their career. The two first met in the big apple when Andrew Taggart was matriculating at one of the local universities and Pall was trying to make it as a fledgling DJ. It was Pall’s manager who introduced them and they instantly knew they would work well together which led to their frequent collaborations in the studio.

It wasn’t long before they were making music together on a regular basis and, before long, they had their first hit single on their hands with the release of Selfie. One hit single led to another and, before they knew it, they had become a household name. When discussing their most recent collaboration with Halsey, he had nothing but nice things to say about her, noting that she’s a fun and unique artist who isn’t afraid to let her individuality shine through. While most DJs don’t sing on their own songs, they are one of the few exceptions but they insist it’s necessary due to the fact that the lyrics pertain to their own lives and experiences.

Their fanbase used to consist mostly of high school students and young adults but it has since expanded to include people of all ages. As for their live concerts, they’ve been constantly growing and evolving as the music industry continues to change. And they have said they have no interest in taking any sort of hiatus from the music industry as they realize things wouldn’t be the same upon their return. So we wish them the best of luck in the future of their careers and hope they have continued success in the music industry.

https://www.etonline.com/halsey-and-the-chainsmokers-remember-avicii-in-heartfelt-tributes-at-the-2018-bbmas-102669

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Ryan Seacrest Makes His Jobs Look Easy

Ryan Seacrest, 43, claims he can only do so much in this lifetime. The man who literally has it all, recently moved to New York to host Live with Kelly Ripa. Seacrest also hosts a more than one nationally-syndicated radio show and recently teamed up with Burberry’s Christopher bailey to form his own clothing line.

With all he does, he still has to prioritize. His finds way to juggle his daily routine to ensure everything gets done.

“I usually get up around 6 a.m. to get my exercise in.” Seacrest works out with his trainer, Herman Santa, for about an hour. He eats breakfast, drinks coffee, and takes a a car to his job. “I can often read the newspaper on the way.”

Seacrest has a lot of things on his plate these days. He got his start in radio as a high schooler in Atlanta. After his first gig, he dropped out of the University of Georgia and moved to the West Coast; he hasn’t looked back.

Now, Seacrest is one of the most recognizable individuals on television. His true calling came when he started hosting reality singing show American Idol on Fox in 2002. The show catapulted him to massive stardom.

Since that point, TV host Seacrest has hosted a number of shows including ABC’S Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rocking Eve, Larry King Live and Deadline Hollywood. He has signed a number of multi-year contracts, including with E Network to produce Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloe and Lamar and Khloe and Kim Take New York.

Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) says he is able to take some time off to unwind. He admits he’s a huge foodie and loves vegan most of the time. Seacrest says he learned his biggest lessons from his mentor, Dick Clark.

“Dick always told me if you can do a job and make it look easy, you have it made. That’s something I’ll never forget.”

Reference: https://www.gq.com/story/ryan-seacrest-interview-american-idol-kardashian-knocked-up

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The Chainsmokers Reveal Their Secrets to Producing Massive Hits

Hit songs are a dime a dozen in this era of producing tracks for the multitudes. How is a hit song produced? This is a secret that will soon be revealed when Chainsmokers breaks down their latest release. The newest work by Chainsmokers “Somebody” focuses on pitch up vocals and modular synth work. One unique fact is that a portion of the vocals was originally produced for an entirely different song. As a result, there is a unique pitch change in the music

Those who are interested in how hit songs are created can have a front row seat. The Chainsmokers have promised to provide a tutorial on how they produced the song. This is expected to be released soon. Viewers will be able to peek into all the steps required to produce a hit song. This is an exciting opportunity. Especially, with the success of the duos first tow albums.

The Chainsmokers reached a status of notoriety with their hit song Selfie. The song shot to the top of the charts in several countries. In 2015, The Chainsmokers release their Debut Bouquet in October of 2015. One of their singles Roses reached the top of the Billboard Top 100. Another of the duo’s single from the record Don’t Let Me Down won a Grammy. While Closer, reached number one on the charts. Additional awards include the American Music Awards, and an iHeartRAdio Music Awards. The duo also succeeded with their second EP release Collage.

With their swift success, The Chainsmokers are an excellent resource on how to produce hit songs. The team consist of American DJs and production team Alex Pall and Andrew Taggert. The two met in New York in 2012 while Pall was working as a DJ. Taggert was focused on establishing himself as a DJ during this time. Creating EDM’s on his MacBook Pro. The pair teamed up and made history after the release of their first EDM.

 

https://www.interviewmagazine.com/music/the-chainsmokers