Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

The Chainsmokers
The Chainsmokers
Photo via Rukes

EDM News

The Chainsmokers Drop Music Video For Hit Single “Everbody Hates Me”

If you didn't hear The Chainsmokers Ultra set, you're missing out on life. “They went pop” yeah, we know, but the Ultra set brings it back for the Day 1's. It knocked. Fresh off their best set in recent memory, Drew and Alex have dropped some new material. This time, bringing it back to their production with the Music Video to their hit single “Everybody Hates Me”. The Music video was produced by their homie and superstar in his own regard, Rory Kramer. Guy has skillz that killz with a Camera and he continues to prove it with this Music Video.
You can knock their style change as much as you want, but you wont convince me that they aren't killing it. Regardless if you enjoy it or not, these dudes have captivated the universe and built a brand that has done nothing but grown over recent years. Since Roses dropped, these dudes have gone from masters of the Remix to International Superstars. Anyways, back to the Music Video… Capturing more of a “band” feel, the video continues to prove the elevation of The Chainsmokers careers. The question I have, Is Matt McGuire officially “a Chainsmoker”?



Kramer is a friggin talented dude and this music video captures the message of the song in an outstanding fashion. Shout out McDonalds.

Photo Cred: RUKES

You May Also Like

#EDM Articles

Spinnin's golden duo Lucas & Steve brings a fresh gust of energy in the shape of ‘Letters', an impressive crossover tune that brings the...

New Music

Felix Jaehn has emerged with an energetic remix of his successful crossover track, ‘SICKO’. With the original approaching 10,000,000 spins across streaming platforms, Jaehn is returning with a...

EDM News

While Boris Brejcha isn't well-known to a lot of dance music fans in the United States, Boris Brejcha has been transforming the hi-tech minimal...

Copyright © 2020 EDM Sauce

EDM Sauce participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites.