The Chainsmokers Make Hits From Their Experiences

The Chainsmokers are not shy when it comes to singing about their feelings, and that’s one of the reasons why they are so popular and why their fans are able to connect with them so well. They are not trying to make hits, but they just want to sing about what they know, what they have felt and what they have been through. Their fans are able to relate and feel a real connection. They feel what the duo feels and they can really get onto the music. The Billboard Dance 100 offers data ranking when it comes to diversifying talent. It is the place to be if you are a successful musician and it is a great honor to be recognized and placed on their chart.


Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart, the musicians of The Chainsmokers, attended the 60th Annual Grammy Awards in NYC at the Madison Square Gardens this year and they are blowing up social media. Their Ultra Miami 2018 show was a hot and their second single is hanging out in the Dance 100 list. Songs like “Sick Boy” and “You Owe Me” are catchy and fans can’t seem to get enough of the sound that the duo is notorious for producing. Their hit song, “Closer’ got a whopping 2 billion views and was released months ago. Their latest hot single,”Everybody Hates Me” doesn’t have a music video but it still has over nine million views in just under a month.


The music video to Sick Boy has gotten 136,000,000 views and is still going strong. The Chainsmokers do not fit into a single genre. They are a little bit of indie, a little bit of pop, and grunge, and spill plenty of emotion into their lyrics. They do not care if others like their musician or not because they know that they are being true to themselves and they have a following because they are being really raw, and genuine. Their music changes with them and follows them wherever they may venture so that they can create ever-changing chameleon-like lyrics that others can understand.

Kim Dao And Sunnydahye Visit A Dog Café In Seoul

Kim Dao is back in South Korea with her best friend Sunnydahye. In one of her latest South Korean travel vlogs, Kim takes viewers to a cute dog café with Sunny’s dog Gamja. Kim called this vlog, “A Day in Seoul, Korea | Dog Cafe, Concert & Food ft. Sunnydahye.


At the start of the video, Kim Dao says she’s going to Gangnam Station to buy a power bank. She actually lost her original Pikachu power bank when she went on a trip to Copenhagen.


At Gangnam Station, Kim Dao gets her white iPhone power bank. She says her new power bank is 20,000 mah, which is a real upgrade from her last 10,000 mah power bank.


Next, Sunny and Kim relax for a traditional Korean lunch. When they finish lunch, Kim and Sunny head out to do a bit more shopping. Kim shows us around a store called Artbox.


A little bit later, Kim Dao introduces us to Gamja. Kim and Sunny get Gamja into Sunny’s car and head out to a local dog café. They order Gamja a cute doggie ice cream bar, but Gamja doesn’t want to eat it at first. Later on, however, Gamja eat the entire ice cream bar.


There are also ice cream desserts for humans at this dog café. Kim Dao orders a fancy avocado ice cream. Kim says the ice cream tastes really good.


At the end of the video, Kim Dao and Sunny go to a Compton To Seoul concert. Kim films a bit of the concert and then goes into the VIP area to meet the talented singers. Learn more: