Music is a global language spoken by all individuals. Depending on the interests of the person, different genres have different musical compositions and melodies. In the music industry what matters in attracting a large fan base is the flow and musicality of the lyrics. One of the musical group that has succeeded in attracting a large fan base by developing quality music is The Chainsmokers. In the United States, The Chainsmokers commands a large following despite not being in the industry for many years. The group comprises of American DJ and production guru Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall. The group has taken the American music industry with a storm. For instance, in 2014 one of the single hit Selfie become a top twenty single in various countries. The group debut album Bouquet was released in 2015 comprising of songs such as Roses was able to reach top 10 on US Billboard Hot 100.
As a result of producing music that is resonating well with the public, The Chainsmokers won the Grammy Award for the category of Best Dance Recording. Besides, their single Closer becomes the first number one on the chart. Moreover, the group has won other awards such as American Music Award and iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Receiving such awards shows the high standards set by the group in coming up with quality music that resonates well with the audience. After their release of the debut album, the band does not seem to slow down, and they have released their second album titled the EP Collage in November 2016. In the second, album some of the singles are Memories Do not open which has received positive attention from the audience. One of the unique aspect that The Chainsmokers have is their humble beginning in the course of launching their music. For instance, the launching of their debut single Selfie was first performed live by the duo at Timeflies at Terminal 5 back in September 2014. After the release, the song received high ratings, and recording label such as Dim Mak Records picked it up and released it afresh. Since then Chainsmokers have become a force to reckon within the musical industry.