The Chainsmokers is an American electronic DJ and production duo with Alexander "Alex" Pall and Andrew "Drew" Taggart. They started by releasing remixes of songs by independent artists. The EDM-pop duo made a breakthrough with their 2014 track "#Selfie", becoming the 20th single in multiple countries. They have won a Grammy, two American Music Awards, seven Billboard Music Awards and nine iHeartRadio Music Awards. According to Forbes' list of highest paid celebrities of 2019, Chainsmokers is the highest paid DJ, eliminating Calvin Harris after six years. Their first EP, Bouquet, was released in October 2015 and had the single "Roses" which reached the top 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100. "Don't Let Me Down", featuring American singer Daya, became their first number one single on the Billboard charts and won a Grammy for Best Dance Record at the 59th awards ceremony.
|Origin||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Genres||EDM, pop, electropop, future bass|
|Labels||Disruptor, Columbia, Sony|
|Associated acts||Emily Warren|
|Members||Andrew Taggart, Alex Pall|
|Past members||Rhett Bixler|
One half of the DJ duo The Chainsmokers, who rose to prominence with the singles "#Selfie" and "Roses," which both scored in the top 20 in the US and UK. Memories...Do Not Open, their debut studio album, was released in 2017 and earned platinum in the United States.
On the singles "Erase" and "The Rookie," he and Alex teamed with Priyanka Chopra.
American electronic dance group. Electronic musician music. American dance group. The DJ Club. American DJ