Drew Taggert and Alex Pall, better known as The Chainsmokers, are turning ‘Paris’ into a movie. The hit single they released in 2017 is the first project in the duo’s new production company Kick The Habit.
The announcement for both the movie and Kick the Habit came via Instagram. “Thank you to those who have believed in us all this time and pushed us to pursue our creative endeavors!”
Kick The Habit has brought on Dan Marcus, a former Digital Media agent at UTA, as the COO and president. As well as Adam Alpert, CEO of Disruptor Records and The Chainsmokers’ manager, as the CEO.
The screenplay is being written by Mickey Rapkin, who wrote the book that inspired the Pitch Perfect movies. No plot has been teased yet, but they’ve got a strong writer at the helm.
Though it is customary to hate on everything The Chainsmokers try to do, this movie has a lot of potential. The song is good despite what people say about it. ‘Paris’ feels like a dramatic Indie romance film.
If we go down then we go down together / We’ll get away with everything / Let’s show them we are better
We’ll have to wait and see what they come up with.
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Marshmello is no stranger to dominating mainstages all across the globe. This time around, it wasn’t his typical EDM stage, but the stage on Good Morning America. Marshmello and Bastille graced the stage of Good Morning America to play their newest track ‘Happier‘. Marshmello has had numerous Billboard Hot 100 tracks in the past and ‘Happier‘ is currently number 3 on the list. Also, it is number 3 on the UK Singles Chart.
‘Happier’ has a deeper meaning than most songs out there. The lyrics suggest that they want their partner to be happy and that leaving will make that happen. Although, they still doubt that leaving is making the right decision. The music video is inspired by the bond between a dog and its owner. You can watch Marshmello and Bastille perform ‘Happier’ below:
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Word of Mouth: DJ Snake Brings More Fire, Dillon Francis Drops Another Bangin’ Single, and Other Releases This WeekBy Real EDM — 9 months ago
More hot tunes from your favorite dance music artists.
Welcome back to Word of Mouth, where we bring you the latest in dance music. This week has major releases from some of the biggest artists in the game, so let’s dig right in and see what’s new this week!
DJ Snake – Magenta Riddim
With the current trends in dance music and as well as the title, one would assume DJ Snake’s latest track would be a bit harder than the rest of his discography. However, you’d be sadly mistaken. The Parisian DJ/producer is back at it with another mid-tempo hit entitled “Magenta Riddim”. Enthralling the listener from the get-go with a catchy vocal, crowds will surely be grooving to this track all night long.
Dillon Francis – We The Funk
Every day we get closer and closer to the release of Dillon Francis’ Spanish-language album, and everyday the hype around it gets so much bigger. With last months single, “Ven”, Dillon set the bar high for his coming works. Without a doubt, he’s continuing to meet his standard with “We The Funk”. While having a more relaxed vibe than his recent singles, this one’s surely a jam we’ll be bumping all summer long.
Modestep & Dion Timmer – Going Nowhere
Modestep and Dion Timmer are both relentless when it comes to their bass-ridden tracks, and their latest collaboration is no exception. Entitled “Going Nowhere”, these two have teamed up by combining an inspiring vocal alongside a filthy drop that’ll certainly break some necks in the weeks to come. We can only pray that these two have more bangers coming, as this tune doesn’t even come close in sating the need for another collaboration between them.
Deorro – Offspring
Who’s ready for some new Deorro? The prolific DJ/producer has dropped yet another slap that we’re ready to have on repeat! Properly titled “Offspring”, his latest single samples his son’s voice while retaining his classic Melbourne bounce sound. Catch him on Steve Aoki’s Kolony Tour on select dates, as these two are set to bring the house and tear up any venue they visit.
Felix Cartal – Runaway feat. REGN
Felix Cartal and REGN have teamed up for a record that’s truly full of angst. “Runaway” is yet another tune that he can add to his collection of hit singles. Featuring REGN’s enticing vocals and Felix’s addictive beat, these two have created a tune that’ll have crowds dancing and vibing simultaneously. With a powerful vision and creative approach to his works, Felix Cartal is set for a massive 2018. Keep your eyes peeled for this talented producer.
Moska – This Is House
Since his first collaboration with Major Lazer, Moska has been turning heads and making a name for himself in the dance music scene. His latest tune is a house number that we won’t soon forget. “This Is House” captures the listener with an entrancing vocal and an absolutely intoxicating beat that’ll have clubs bouncing until the early morning.
Ben Phipps – Don’t Stop Now
Ben Phipps is one of the hottest rising stars right now, and everyone should be keeping an eye on him. In 2016, he found himself in the spotlight with his single “I Don’t Think So”, which recently hit 20 million plays on Spotify alone. He’s returned with a tune reminiscent of his previous hits, entitled “Don’t Stop Now”. Keeping up with his trend of catchy tunes, “Don’t Stop Now” features Sam DeRosa’s sultry vocals that truly give the song life.
Apashe – Requiem EP
When Apashe came and blew us away in 2016 with his album Copter Boy, we knew this wouldn’t be the last we’d hear from the multifaceted producer. Now, he’s dropped one bombshell of an EP. Fusing orchestral elements with his heavy-hitting trap production, Apashe has created a piece of art that’ll have listeners begging for more by the time they reach the end.
option4 – Lifeline
On “Lifeline,” option4 delivers a track that we’re definitely going to have stuck on repeat. The resident HotBOi’s catchy vocal that highlights music that “saved my life,” will have you reciting in unison. “Lifeline” has already gotten heavy support at the Dirtybird East campout last month, so don’t be surprised if you start hearing all of your favorite DJs drop this dance floor burner.
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By Real EDM — 11 months ago
2017 has been a rough year for music streaming services. With SoundCloud on the edge of the cliff and rumors that it won’t be profitable until 2020, now it’s the turn for another online music platform to enter into the danger zone. You’ve probably guessed right, we are talking about Tidal.
Bought by american rapper and businessman Jay-Z in 2015, the company has reportedly lost $44 million dollars in 2016 (before taxes), which doesn’t leave a lot of oxygen even after the $200 million deal (33% stake acquisition) made by Sprint in January this year. In spite of some early assumptions that this capital injection would give Tidal enough working capital for the next 12 to 18 months, it all seems to indicate that they only have sufficient funds to last for six more months.
Tidal has not pronounced regarding this matter. More like the opposite, they are still looking quite optimistic for the future of the company. A spokesperson for Tidal has recently told Engadget:
“We have experienced negative stories about Tidal since its inception and we have done nothing but grow the business each year”
This would not be the first time that Tidal is involved in serious accusations. Just at the beginning of this year, news broke that the norwegian-based music platform was exaggerating its number of subscribers, which led to some real credibility issues. Whether or not the end of the subscription services for Tidal is near, we might be able to find out in the upcoming months.
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