The Chainsmokers new music is truly a reflection of the world around them. This group changed up its musical style and this new sound has catapulted them into a different direction. The Chainsmokers used to make snappy upbeat music. Now, their music is more sinister in terms of its lyrical content and message.
The Chainsmokers music is a departure from their previous sound which was about love and having a good time. Sick Boy is a departure from this past sound because it touches off on a different mentality that is present in modern society. The song is about people’s need for social media to communicate in modern times. This song is also about the other modern issues that are impacting people’s lives today. With society being so up in the air and modern life being so unpredictable; Sick Boy is a perfect song for this day and age.
The song might not get a lot airplay, but it has garnered over 140 million views. This song has amassed more views than their hit song Paris which was frequently played on the radio for many months. Sick Boy is the perfect song to highlight this generation of millennials. Alex Pall said in an interview with Ryan Seacrest that he and Andrew Taggart had to do something different at this point in their career. Sick Boy was the first single for their new era of music.
The duo also released two other songs that fits into this new darker side of the Chainsmokers. The name of these songs is You Owe Me and Everybody Hates Me. You Owe Me has a video that starts off boring and bland but ends up being a real nightmare. Everybody Hates Me is another tune that follows in the vein of Sick Boy. That song was released in March.
Sick Boy had a good run for nearly four months. Hundreds of millions of people know about it and it continues to attract more people every day. Alex Pall wants his fans to know that even though the group is taking on more of a darker sound; he and his partner (Alex Taggart) are going to make the best music possible for them. So far, his fans are into this new sound and they truly like the direction that the group is taking. The Chainsmokers do not have to worry about Everybody Hates Me even though they are a Sick Boy because they still make high quality music.
In the recent press release, Norman Pattiz, the chief executive officer of Podcast One, announced the release of the network’s survey conducted by the Edison Research. These findings were detailed results of the multiple comprehensive studies on advertising tests. They revealed that:
- About 60 percent of the listeners are familiar with a particular grocery post-campaign brand while seven percent participated in the pre-listeners’ pre-study.
- The advertisement survey also showed that there was an increased unaided product awareness in financial services and automobile aftermarket product by 47 percent and 37 percent respectively.
- About a third of the participants in the survey expressed that they had a favorable opinion of the automobile aftermarket product.
- Awareness of the automobile aftermarket product was found to have increased by 60 percent in the post-study.
This survey was carried out on three separate occasions in 2016 to assess the effectiveness of the adverts run by PodcastOne. A majority of these brands were popular among the podcast fans while some were lesser-known. In conclusion, the overall results showed that a good number of the audiences were receptive and willing to acquire those brands.
About Norman Pattiz
Norman Pattiz is an American businessman and a broadcasting expert. He hails from Los Angeles, and he has business operations in various parts of the United States, including California and Santa Barbra. Pattiz is the brains behind the well known Westwood One, a company that has been operational since 1976. He is a proficient entrepreneur who has succeeded in growing this business into one of the most reputable radio networks in America. Pattiz has served on the board of regents of the University of California and the Department of Energy Laboratories’ Regents Oversight Committee
He is currently the head of the Los Alamos National Security LLC and the Broadcast Education Association. Pattiz has worked alongside President Clinton on the Broadcasting Board of Governors. He was appointed by the former president to chair matters pertaining the U.S non-military international broadcast services. Pattiz was reappointed to manage the same docket by the former president George Bush in 2002. Pattiz has played a huge role in the development of the TV and Arabic-language radio services broadcasting in 22 Middle East Countries. Pattiz has made it into the National Radio Hall of Fame, and he is the recipient of a prestigious accolade from the Library of American Broadcasting. He is also the recipient of the Alexander Hamilton High School Scholarship and currently resides in Beverly Hills.
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