Covering all types of pop The Chainsmokers

The Chainsmokers have been one of the fastest growing music groups in the world. Their traditional EDM songs have branched out into all kinds of popular pop songs, getting features such as Halsey, Daya and Coldplay. Most recently the band has decided to branch into a darker theme of pop music. There new song ‘sick boy’ shows the stress of the modern pop star. The Chainsmoker duo Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart warn us the frustration of becoming a “caricature” of your own self. In the modern age social media fame leads to people becoming too big to control their image, and what people think and say about them. The Chainsmokers have had a crazy ride for a musical duo which started in 2012. Originally an EDM DJ duo comprised under the management of Adam Alpert who introduced the two. Things really began to pick up in 2014 with the bands release of the song “#Selfie” which was a top 20 single in several countries.

This smash hit started the momentum which has launched them to the top of the pop world. On top of producing several billboard charting hits such as “Don’t let me down”, “Closer” and “Something just like that”, the duo has been ranked among the best DJs in the world.

All this success has set The Chainsmokers apart, in just six years they have managed to rise from being local DJs to being some of the worlds most successful pop stars. Branching into several types of music has allowed the band to grow a large and diverse fan base. Despite all the success the duo is still clearly on the rise, having only been in the pop scene for 4 years, there is definitely still room to grow. This pop duo has just begun to realize there size in the pop world, and the down sides that come with it are outlined in their new smash hit.

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The Chainsmokers Say Darker Songs are Their New Sound

The Chainsmokers, made up of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, released a new song to celebrate 2018 called “Sick Boy.” The song, Taggart and Pall say, is their darkest song to date. Previously, The Chainsmokers released upbeat dance music with socially aware lyrics.

Since they signed a contract with a joint venture label between Sony and Columbia, they have released a wide range of songs that have seen success on the billboard charts. Their success began with the song “Roses” and hasn’t let up since. Other billboard hits of the Chainsmokers include “Don’t Let me Down,” “Closer,” “All We Know,””Paris,” and “The One.” The Chainsmokers have worked with a long list of artist like, Coldplay, Phoebe Ryan, Halsey, and Emily Warren.

In an interview when The Chainsmokers were asked whether we could expect more darker toned songs like “Sick Boy,” and Taggart responded “We’re going to keep them coming.”

Taggart says the song is made up of frustration and anger. “Sick Boy” is a result of the darker tones of American society, The Chainsmokers claim.

Whether or not this means that their second studio album will consist of songs like “Sick Boy” or not still remains up in the air. “Music moves so fast now,” Taggart explained “The sound we were making before, I’ve heard it a bunch by now. We want to do something different.”

Taggart was not exaggerating when he said that their music moves fast. When the group first began, they only made the music side of their songs. They had popular artists featured on their songs to provide the vocals. That changed when Taggart hopped on “Closer,” along side Halsey, he provided the vocals for the smash hit. The Chainsmokers still feature prominent pop artists, all the while making each one of their songs sound different from the last.

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Where Is Sarah Connor?

 

Arnold Schwarzenegger is arguably one of the most entertaining actors of all time. Whether showing off his “Mr. Universe” winning body or literally creating some of the most memorable catchphrases in pop culture, the former Governor of California has solidified his legacy in pop culture. In fact, several of today’s actor can credit him in paving the way for them. Though originally from Austria, Arnold Schwarzenegger took the American film industry by storm. With a career spanning several decades, Arnold has a treasure trove of movies to choose from.

Though not impossible, It is extremely difficult to choose his greatest works. The greatest Arnold Schwarzenegger movies include “The Terminator” series and “Total Recall”. First, is The Terminator series. In the iconic movie, Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a futuristic robot sent back in time to kill a women named Sarah Connor. Although Sarah Connor is the primary target, in one of the best Arnold Schwarzenegger movies of all time goes on a rampage and murders anyone who gets in his way. In the series, he creates the infamous catchphrases, “I’ll be back.” and “Hasta La Vista, baby.” Next, is his role in “Total Recall.”

In Total Recall, one of the funnest movies about aliens and alien relics, Arnold Schwarzenneger plays Douglas Quaid. The movie centers around space travel and the planet Mars. In the film, Shwarzennerger travels to Mars to find out the reason why his memory was erased. To conclude, Arnold Shwarzenneger is one of the most talented actors ever. One can find entertainment in some of his less stellar movies too, such as “Jingle All The Way” or “Junior.”

The Characters That Make Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Worth Watching

 

Dio Brando

Dio Brando is a truly evil character in just about every way. After the death of his father he schemes and manipulates his way to wealth and power. When he finally obtains power through something known as the Stone Mask, Brando becomes a vampire hellbent on world domination. What makes his character so compelling is the innate nature of his wickedness. He was born evil and he doesn’t have it in him to be anything else. There’s something very appealing about a villain who’s inherently bad no matter what.  While not necessarily an especially dark anime, characters like these certainly make it that much more grim.

 

 

Joseph Joestar

The protagonist of Battle Tendency is one of the most important of all the Joestars. He introduces Stands to the series and he brings about much of what we now think of when we think Jojo. Prior to Joseph the series was difficult to separate from its peers like Dragon Ball Z. It had action and it had excitement, but there was hardly anything you could call distinct or noteworthy about the adventures of Johnathan Joestar. In this series we finally get to see someone from the Joestar clan in a globetrotting adventure with all of the trappings that the series is now known for, ever since it’s 80s anime comic beginnings.

 

 

Giorno Giovanna

The son of Dio Brando stands out as one of the most interesting characters. He wants to join one of the most notorious gangs in Japan with the intention of restoring the honor the Japanese mafia once had. A departure from traditional anime tropes Giorno is refreshing and creative.