The Chainsmoker’s

The Chainsmoker’s

Fresh off the release of their highly anticipated collaboration with Illenium and Carlie Hanson, Drew Taggart and Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers are showing absolutely no signs of stopping. This time around, they showed their prowess by collaborating with 2 of the biggest Latin music titans in the scene: Nicky Jam & Maluma. Together they have concocted a special collaboration titled Celular, which serves as a prime example of how to perfectly mix 2 musical styles together. Celular also serves as the first-ever Latin collaboration for The Chainsmokers.

Those moments inspired more awe, more wonderment than anything the Chainsmokers’ big-budget bonanza at American Airlines Arena offered Thursday night.

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Last night the EDM-pop pair responsible for your little cousin’s favorite songs returned to Miami for the latest stop on their World War Joy tour. Over the course of their nearly two-hour concert, the Chainsmokers — Alex Pall and Drew Taggart — were joined onstage by drummer Matt McGuire, opening acts 5 Seconds of Summer and Lennon Stella, plus several motorcyclists, dancers, and stagehands. With the help of their collaborators, the “Closer” and “Paris” hitmakers seemingly brought everything they had to the performance, assembling a lavish stage show that wound through “highlights” of their discography while hitting the audience with pyrotechnics, colorful visuals, and anecdotes about kicking it in Malibu with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.

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