The Chainsmokers at XS Nightclub in Las Vegas on Feb. 3, 2017. (Source: Facebook)
The Chainsmokers have been on fire since their 2014 breakout hit, “#Selfie.” Along with releasing follow-up hits like “Don’t Let Me Down,” “Closer,” and “Something Just Like This,” the duo has been touring the world and holding down a residency at Las Vegas’ XS Nightclub. With all their globetrotting, it’s safe to say the ‘smokers know a thing or two about traveling.
Check out their must-have travel items below.
“It’s the amazing sampling gadget we have been using in a lot of our songs. It’s super small and convenient to travel with.”
“Do we even really need to explain? You got the new iPhone update your sh#t is dying instantly.”
“This is sort of self-explanatory, but man we got like 10,000 of these. The trick is to go for the memory foam.”
“Nothing is worse than getting to another country and not having the right power adapter.”
Following their hits “Closer” and “Don’t Let Me Down,” The Chainsmokers have returned with a video for their single “All We Know” featuring Phoebe Ryan. The track, which is currently number 60 on Billboard’s Hot 100, appears on the duo’s recently released Collage EP.
Watch the somber visual above and download “All We Know” on DJcity.
After hitting number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 last week, The Chainsmokers have dropped a visual for their hit single “Closer” featuring Halsey. In the video, Chainsmokers member Andrew Taggart and Halsey portray two embattled lovers, which are the subjects of the lyrics.
Watch above and download the track and its remixes on DJcity.
In March, The Chainsmokers sat down with Billboard to discuss how they produced their top ten single, “Roses.” The video, which is only three minutes long, focuses primarily on the track’s vocals.
Now, The Chainsmokers have returned with an in-depth look at “Roses” courtesy of Future Music Magazine. The 47-minute piece covers the track’s individual elements along with insights into the duo’s overall philosophy.
Watch above and download “Roses” and its remixes on DJcity.
Following their hit “Roses,” The Chainsmokers have returned with a video for their single, “Don’t Let Me Down” featuring Daya. The DJ duo is seen cruising in the woods in a lowrider until they are stopped by the 17-year-old singer and her dance crew.
“Don’t Let Me Down” is currently number 14 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and number one the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart. Watch the video above and download the track on DJcity.
Related: The Chainsmokers Explain How They Produced ‘Roses’
The Chainsmokers recently sat down with Billboard to discuss the making of their hit single, “Roses.” The song, which features up-and-coming singer Rozes, peaked at number six on Billboard’s Hot 100 and is the duo’s first top 10 on the chart. The video focuses on the track’s distinctive vocals, which contain contributions from Chainsmokers member, Andrew Taggart.
Watch above and download “Roses” on DJcity.
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