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The Ominous Side of The Chainsmokers

April 2, 2018 • MichaelPollackWins

If you’re like me, you’ve been waiting a while for the next release of The Chainsmokers. Wait no longer! After a long nine month interval the EDM/ POP duo has finally come back with a new ominous and dark tone in the new hit single “Sick Boy,” a fascinating turn around from the upbeat and romantic nature of their earlier tracks. This sensational band has started to evolve their sound to how they are perceiving themselves and society as a whole.

The chart breaking doupoly known as the Chainsmokers consist of two Goliath music producers named Alex Pall and Drew Taggart. The dynamic duo met while working and attending school in the New York area. From there the pair started working on remixes of indie bands for a brief period of time. Shortly after, The Chainsmokers broke their first Billboard Hot 100 list with the single “Roses”. What comes next is an onslaught of hit after hit releases such as, “Don’t Let Me Down”, “Paris”, “Closer”, and their second most recent hit featuring Cold Play “Something Just Like This”. With such a staggering portfolio already at hand, the Chainsmokers had a large set of shoes to fill with their next release; they accomplished this task with the new hit single “Sick Boy”

Already this new release of The Chainsmoker’s “Sick Boy”, is breaking charts not only in the U.S but in other countries around the world. This enchanting melody explores the constant exposure that all of us now live with in the world of social media. Its critical thoughts portray the narcissistic nature that social media inflicts upon society, while showing that this narcissism isn’t directly a bad feature. If used correctly, it can help show all of us what exactly defines each of us as individuals. This will render us more capable to make positive changes about ourselves. The Chainsmoker’s new song leaves me satiated musically and intellectually, while leaving me anxious for more.

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The Amazing Journey of Jeremy Goldstein

November 10, 2017 • MichaelPollackWins

Jeremy Goldstein hails from the Great New York area and he focuses on Law Practice. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Cornel University and masters of art in History from the University of Chicago. Jeremy has a Doctor of Law degree from the New York University School of Law. He has the capacity to communicate in French. He has an arsenal of skills that come in handy in his Law Practice. This is as follows: Corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, executive pay, corporate Law, private equity, restructuring, employment contracts, employment law, Legal advice, legal research, mergers, Corporate Finance, Venture capital, start-ups and security regulations.

 

Jeremy Goldstein is the director of the Fountain House. Fountain House is the organization which deals with mentally challenged individuals. Fountain House provides chances for the challenged to live, work, and learn while they contribute their talents through the mutual community support that is undertaken by all stakeholders.

 

Jeremy Goldstein pioneered the Jeremy and Associates group and this play a critical role in administering justice to all the oppressed through an articulate and well-calculated legal counsel. He is a partner with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen, and Katz which is a law practice in the New York City. It was founded in the year 1965 through a golden handshake by some group of lawyers that married minds with a view to sharing expertise and advice at the highest levels. The cohesive nature that exists among the members has contributed greatly to the society.

 

Jeremy Goldstein and his associates have offered the ways on how to tackle knock-out options that relate to businesses. The experience that he has spanning fifteen years gives him the capacity to offer senior and adequate counsel to the companies and businesses that need advice on how to handle knock-outs. This helps in bailing out businesses from impending financial crises.

 

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