The Chainsmokers is made up of the singers and songwriters Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart who go all out in their musical prowess and exciting adventures belonging to the tours that they are able to pull off year round. They are remarkable in the pursuits of electronic music because that is what their main background is creatively and in their personal lives. For them it is just second nature and having fun, which is where the most genius work comes out of because work turns to play and that will ultimately enable them to grind longer and harder on what it is that they do, which makes the results of their efforts measurably better and it also makes them smarter at what it is they love to do in the realm of music. It was always with them and the musicality will never leave the hearts of The Chainsmokers. They have collaborated extensively while both sharing a wonderous passion for what they like and dislike in the music sector. Many works abound with them and the fruits of their labor have only enriched itself with the intensification of their toil and mental and emotional labor. Products which arose from the hands of these two original men have eroded the very fabric that limited the music industry in its ideas and concepts of what music should even sound like, but their song Sick Boy has done ten fold what was expected out of the band simply because they were honest with themselves. The purity of their poetic justice surpassed the conventional norms of regarding the indie section of peoples favorite albums. They took the information that was lodged deep within them to then convert the music into Sick Boy. Yes, the art form did take a darker turn because that is the nature of the context they were addressing. Narccissm is a dark topic indeed and the state of the social polital world alongside the struggles Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall faced while seeing their own faces on social media allowed them to make the most accurate conclusions that are depicted in the song Sick Boy which fans notably listen to and adulate today.