The Chainsmokers Captivate With Their Latest Hit “Somebody”

In the short amount of time since Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart formed the group in 2012, under the management of Adam Alpert, The Chainsmokers have made a name for themselves. They first made their live debut in September of 2014 at Terminal 5, where they opened for Timeflies. Held in Hell’s Kitchen, Terminal 5 is a small venue with a capacity of 3,000 people. Earlier that year, the group had re-released their first single, “#Selfie” through Dim Mak Records, which would eventually receive international attention and peaked on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Songs chart.


Since then, The Chainsmokers have released one studio album (“Memories…Do Not Open”), three EPs (“Bouquet,” “Collage,” “Sick Boy”), and several hit singles. Recently, their single “Closer” hit one billion streams on Spotify. In March of this year, The Chainsmokers became the first Dance Artist/DJ to top a Billboard 100 list, hitting #1 on the Billboard Dance 100 list.


The Chainsmokers released another single earlier this year as part of a series of monthly releases leading up to their second studio album. The single, entitled “Somebody,” is part of their upcoming album, Sick Boy EP. A few days after its release, Alex and Andrew posted a video on Facebook giving some insight into the way they composed their hit song. In it, they show that they increased the singer’s pitch, this due in party by the voice having been originally recorded for a different song.


The music video itself reflects on the layering that occurs in The Chainsmokers’ compositions: the video presents a single canvas painted over to depict different scenes of entertainment throughout history. Upon completion, each scene holds for only a few brief moments, before being painted over again. The video shows The Chainsmokers’ ability to experiment and grow as artists. Fans and critics alike will wait with bated breath to see what is in next in store for the young EDM duo.

Kim Dao Shares Clips on Her Last Week in Japan

Kim Dao wanted to spend her last week in Japan getting together with some friends, and she didn’t want to film. Kim Dao showed us some random clips from her stay in Japan. In the first clip, Kim Dao did not have time for breakfast and purchased some iced coffee in a can from a vending machine. Many of the random videos included animals, food, nature, and shopping. Learn more:


Some of my favorite random videos was when Kim Dao went to see a hedge hog and would stroke his back with her index finger. She also likes nature, and Kim Dao filmed a swan ride taking place on the lake. Learn more:


Kim Dao loves going shopping, especially for cosmetics. She says that usually she will browse in Japan so that she knows what to look for in Korea. Cosmetics in Japan are more expensive than cosmetics in Korea. She could not resist getting a Pokemon brand eyeliner and cushion. Kim Dao bought some vacuum sealed bags. She says that in regular bags, there is trapped air that is not there with vacuum sealed bags. She can put her clothes into these special bags and, therefore, fit more clothes into her suitcase. Learn more:


Kim Dao showed a lot of random videos about eating out, including the many salads she ate. One video showed her eating pancakes for dinner .Kim likes dessert as well. She had a sunddae in an ice cream dish with two scoops of ice cream, fudge sauce, and slices of banana.