The Chainsmokers’ streak of successes

The Chainsmokers transitioned from being a famous DJ duo to one of the leading hit-making groups across the world. All along, the Chainsmokers had been doing well but their song, the “Closer,” took them to a greater level that they have held on all through. “Closer” made the Chainsmokers to appear in the list of Hot 100 among the top 10. This piece made an incredible impact and is likely to leave a legacy as the most popular piece as it broke seven records.

The seven records include 12 weeks at no. 1, which the collaboration between Chainsmokers and Halsey achieved. The “Closer” ruled several weeks in a row, hence will always be tied at the top list of the fourth-longest run with other six tracks. Another record that “Closer” broke was attaining Most Weeks as Top 10. The song was among the top 10 for 32 consecutive weeks.

The third record is that Chainsmoker’s song emerged among top 10 for the most weeks since “Debuting There.” It is was a great achievement for Chainsmokers to have their song remain among the top 10 for several weeks regardless of the competition in the industry. The fourth record broken is that Chainsmokers have had three top 10 hits simultaneously. These hits songs include “Something Just Like This,” “Paris,” and “Closer.”

The fifth record is that the Chainsmokers’ “Closer” was among the top five for most weeks in history. Apart from making it among top 10 for 32 weeks, the Chainsmokers’ song managed 26 frames in top 5 breaking the previous record of 25 frames.

Among the Dance Hits that have made it to number one, Chainsmokers dance hit took the longest time, lasting up to 27 weeks, breaking the sixth record. Lastly, among the seven records broken by Chainsmokers is that they were the first in history who scored three back-to-back No. 1 hits. This was a great accomplishment since no single song intercepted their three hits.

Clay Hutson Brings Visions To Life With An Incredible Work Ethic

Clay Hutson envisions a time in the not so distant future when musicians don’t rely so heavily on LED screens. It seems that the screens at live performances are getting larger and it’s a bit of a copout. It’s easy to wow an audience with a giant screen and image but it’s more endearing to use innovative artistry to give the audience an experience that they’ll never forget.

But, for the time being, Clay Hutson’s job is to erect these massive stages. He’s been in the game since 1999 after graduating from Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theater Design and Technical Production. He also managed to stick around long enough to grab a Master of Business Administration. Through the years he’s been a production manager for Kanye West and Prince. After the economic collapse of 2008, he took the opportunity to found his own business. He’s now working on the Kid Rock concert tour.

The driven production manager arrives at the arena at dawn. He takes advantage of this sliver of solitude to plan the production for the day. As his crew begins to arrive at the venue, he begins to delegate responsibilities.

One of the great things about Clay Hutson is that he’s able to bring an artist’s vision to life. With a wealth of experience, he knows exactly what will work visually and sonically to give the audience the best experience possible. Essentially, the artist has a creative idea and he brings it to life with practical solutions.

In an effort to stay three steps ahead, Clay Hutson is constantly innovating new ideas. He sees the live performances of the future going back to basic roots. Instead of using massive technological displays, Clay thinks inventive artistic solutions will come back to the fore. Nuance and intimacy will be popular once again. And when that happens, Clay Hutson will be right there to make it a reality.

Clay might look like he’s enjoying the concert but he’s actually planning his escape. The stage needs to be broken down safely, stored and transported for the next show. He might look like he’s looking at the performer but he’s actually looking at the stage and how it needs to be attacked. Nobody works harder than Clay in the industry and it shows that each and every one of his concerts. You should check one out in the near future.

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