It cannot be denied already that one of the most successful EDM bands or producers in the country today is The Chainsmokers. It’s hard even to understand, analyze or study the growth of EDM today without mentioning this duo composed of Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart. One of the many stories, features and reviews that define how much success that The Chainsmokers has enjoyed lately is found in It is there that people could learn the state of relevance of the duo. It is there that people can realize that despite moving on to new acts, the debut album of the duo called “Memories…Do Not Open” is still going strong. It is still garnering enough powerful support to be able to get a No. 1 Ranking in the Billboard Charts today, in the Dance Chart category.

The Forbes article also added that this achievement marks the duo’s ranking of being a powerful team that’s able to sustain powerful growth. It marks the duo’s ability to produce full-length albums that still rank No. 1 after a year of initial release. The album debuted in the Top Dance/ Electronic Category in the Billboard 200 and since then has dominated the Top 40 Radio rankings of many radio stations. It is also confirmed that while the album didn’t stick in the Top 200 for too long, it has consistently remained in the Top 5 for the Top Dance category of the Billboard.

Recently, The Chainsmokers is facing a lot of competition. New acts from artists like Odesza, William Control, Kygo and Above and Beyond have been released to compete with the music created by the duo. However, it’s still accurate to claim that despite such competition, the duo still emerges strong. They often relent, but then they come back to the top, staying No. 1 up to today.

About The Chainsmokers

The Chainsmokers is an EDM production crew composed of Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall. Some of their popular, viral and Top 100 Billboard Chart songs include “Don’t Let Me Down”, “Roses” and “Something Just Like This”. Their fantastic debut was in 2014, where their single #Selfie swept the music scene of many countries.

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