The Chainsmokers to perform in Dubai this November | The Sun

The Chainsmokers to perform in Dubai this November | The Sun

November 2, 2022

The Chainsmokers are set to perform in Dubai this month for the first time since the release of their fourth album.

The EDM-pop duo Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart will deliver a set full of chart-topping hits on November 12th at White Beach.

They'll kick off Sanctuary, the venue's Saturday night club event.

It comes as the American electronic music act recently released their fourth album called So Far So Good, following a three year break from social media.

The duo marked their return to Insatgram with a statement saying they had removed their song Kanye from streaming platforms following Kanye West´s antisemitic comments.

The said: "Eight years ago we made a song saying we want to be like Kanye.

"Back then this guy inspired us in so many ways with his vision and music. Even more recently he sampled our son NYC which was so cool but a lot has changed even since then.

"This is just not the same guy we loved and were inspired by which really saddens us.

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"So we are removing our song off streaming sites because it no longer represents the views we once shared.

"I hope he gets his s**ttogether and stops with this hate rhetoric and bullying before it's too late. But (we ) will not stand for this kind of behaviour."

The duo first rocketed to fame after releasing ear worm 2014 hit #SELFIE.

They later achieved their first US Billboard number 1 with single Closer, before teaming up with Coldplay on multi-platinum selling track Something Just Like This, which they performed at last year's BRIT Awards.

The duo placed third on Forbes' list of the World's Highest Paid DJs in 2018, with the pair earning $38million in the 12 months prior.

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