The Chainsmokers are a hugely popular Grammy-winning EDM duo, best known for the smash hits “Roses,” “Closer,” and “Something Just Like This.”

The artists behind the Chainsmokers moniker, Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall, began their career creating widely listened to remixes of indie bands on the Internet. Their debut single, “#Selfie,” hit number one on the Billboard dance chart and sold more than 10 million copies with its snarky criticism of 2010s narcissism. Cameos by Snoop Dogg and David Hasselhoff additionally fueled “#Selfie’s viral popularity.

The Chainsmokers followed with the successful singles “Kanye,” and “Let You Go,” before releasing the 2015 EP Bouquet through Disruptor Records. “Roses” came out of Bouquet, and went double platinum as well as hit number one on the Top Dance Songs chart. “Roses,” also earned the Chainsmokers two Billboard Music Awards nominations. Throughout 2015, the Chainsmokers played over 300 shows, including high-profile festival appearances at Firefly, Ultra, Tomorrowland, and Lollapalooza.

In 2016, the duo came out with “Don’t Let Me Down,” featuring pop singer Daya on vocals, topping the Billboard dance chart, and winning a Grammy. The follow-up to that single, featuring Halsey on vocals, was “Closer,” which hit number one and remained there for ten weeks, breaking Drake’s record for “One Dance.” The Chainsmoker’s debut album, Memories: Do Not Open, was released in 2017 and quickly skyrocketed to the top of the Billboard chart, with the help of Coldplay collaboration “Something Just Like This.”

The Chainsmokers’ second and third albums, Sick Boy the LP and World War Joy, respectively, were released to wide commercial success, featuring collaborations with the likes of Kelsea Ballerini, NGHTMRE, Illenium, Bebe Rexha, and Ty Dolla $ign. The duo performs many concerts and festivals, and are regularly booked for corporate entertainment events and private parties.