One of the best things about being part of a community of artists is being able to reach to fans across the world. This is something that Alex Pall of the Chainsmokers has been able to do in his life. His music has been embraced by fans in many parts of the United States as well as fans in other areas of the globe. He and his partner are two white men of similar backgrounds. As such, the two have felt the need to look for experiences that they know that others who do not share their background will be able to relate to in their own lives. They also know that it is possible to take what appears to be a specific experience in their lives such as attending college and make it something that is universal. Knowing how to take experiences such as moving from a small town in a rural area to a large university place and translate that into something that others can understand is one of the reasons why they have done so well in their careers.
Using Universal Experiences
When Alex Pall and his partner Andrew Taggart set out to write songs, they often think closely about the experiences they have had in their own lives. These experiences have helped them grow as people and have helped them expand their own personal musical horizons in life. Knowing how to take experiences and bring them life via the songs they write for others is one of the reasons why they have been successful in the world. People can listen to songs about dating and think they’ve had experiences just like that. As two young men making their way in the world, they also represent a common experience that many others feel in their own lives. They want to create lyrics that represent something that is truly something that speaks to as many people as possible in life. They have been able to create songs they know are seen as cool and fresh as well as music that also makes people want to dance.