Alex Pall Reveals His Dedication to Music


Interview Magazine conducted an interview with Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart of the Chainsmokers. This music duo powerhouse discusses their humble beginnings, their work ethic, and their dedication to creating music that will continue to connect with an ever-growing audience.

Starting out as DJ’s, they have evolved into developing music that has become more personal for them and their audience. While most of the music in the dance genre tends to be focused on producing hard beats geared toward young club-goers or rave fans, The Chainsmokers have made great strides in offering their audience music that appeals to those who also enjoys pop music, indie, and hip-hop. In order to stand apart from the crowd, they began writing lyrics that merely reflected their own experiences in life.

The pair met in New York City. Pall explains initially, he was doing a number of gigs DJ’ing and he also had experience with social media, whereas Andrew’s main talent was producing. After they met, they immediately began working together and doing so for long hours. Their dedication to creating has allowed them to be almost two years ahead. The songs we are just now listening to, are songs they wrote over a year ago.

The song “Closer” features Halsey and Andrew Taggart singing. Pall indicates his enthusiasm working with Halsey, describing her as incredible. He also shares his appreciation for her voice and unique style. The inclusion of Taggart singing is just one of many steps initiated by this duo to continue their unique style, while still garnering the interest of a wide audience.

Pall uses social media to connect with fans and learn more about who they are. He’s learned that the audience has grown from a youthful college crowd to an even younger crowd and now also includes older people. There is an excitement in developing music that appeals across so many different identities.

Wengie Helps With Weight Loss Hacks


There are many ways that you can lose weight and get in shape without even thinking about what you’re doing. AN easy hack for walking more is to wear a pedometer. Each time you look at your wrist you will see that you have walked more steps, which will likely motivate you to keep moving. Set a goal for a certain number of steps each day to see if you can meet or surpass that goal. Eat your food slower so that the body can sense when you’re really full.


According to Wengie Try eating in smaller portions through the day. This will help to keep the blood sugar levels regulated, preventing the fat from being stored as much in the body. You can exercise less to lose weight. Working out for hours is less effective than a high-intensity workout for about 20 minutes. Find a hobby that you like, such as dancing or hiking. This will give you the motivation you need to get movement in during the day without even thinking about what you’re doing. Green tea can boost the metabolism, especially if you drink it before bed. A spoonful of peanut butter before bed will also help to keep the metabolism up through the night.


Wear clothing that fits the body. This will help you feel when you’re full ore than if you wear pajamas or clothing that fits loosely on the body. Don’t shop for food when you’re hungry. Take away the temptation of junk food by throwing it away.