Alex Pall is an esteemed artist in the world’s music sector. He runs the Chainsmokers, a music brand that has released several hits. Pall and his partner Taggart enjoy an enormous following of fans from South Africa, Philippines and other parts of the world.
How did Alex Pall start his music career?
Before stepping into the music industry, Pall worked in an art gallery based in Manhattan. Later on, he quit his job to pursue music production, his childhood passion. He started working as a DJ under the management of Adam Alpert, one of the intellects behind the success of Chainsmokers.
When did Alex Pall start Chainsmokers brand?
The Chainsmokers was founded when Adam Alpert connected Alex Pall to Drew Taggart, an ambitious young artiste. Just like Pall, Taggart had a passion for dance music. The duo paired up to establish Chainsmokers, the brand behind great dance tunes like Sick Boy, Closer, Side Effects, Save Yourself, Roses, and All We Know.
How did the two artists develop their brand to the industry’s top tier?
Pall says that their music brand has defended the top position since it is unique from competitors. Unlike their competitors who rely on songwriters, Pall and Taggart write their lyrics independently. Most of their songs are based on their real-life situations.
What achievements has ChainSmokers made under the management of the two artists?
Alex Pall says that a few years ago, Chainsmokers was popular amongst New York’s college students. Today, Chainsmokers has grown to be one of the best dance music brands in the world’s entertainment industry. It has a mammoth of fans from US, Asia, Africa, and other parts of the world.
Who is Chainsmokers’ leading light?
Alex Pall claims that Halsey is one of their role models. According to Pall, the artist has excellent vocals, and she is unique from other artists. In 2016, the DJ duo and Halsey released Closer, a single that appeared in Billboard Hot 100. The song defended the top position for close to 12 weeks.
Besides topping United States’ top music charts, Closer topped the music charts of other countries like New Zealand, Canada, and Australia.