Why The Chainsmokers are wrong to refuse my Venmo request

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UPDATE: As of 8:28 p.m. EST, Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers sent Jessye McGarry $5.00 on Venmo with the instruction “To buy our music ;)”. Ms. McGarry started screaming upon seeing the notification. She has purchased “Closer” and “Roses.”

The power of the press.

The power of the press.

The Chainsmokers are a DJ duo and whether you love them or hate them, you love them.

I’m waiting for Spotify to release my official numbers, but I’ve listened to their songs more than I’d like to admit.

Last Friday, I realized it was about time I bought a couple of their songs on iTunes as an expression of gratitude. However, while The Chainsmokers make bangers that are dope as heck, I was unwilling to spend $2.58 of my own. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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