The Chainsmokers, Sick Boy & The Era of EDM-Music

Electronic-dance music is fully upbeat and is high in tempo. There are quite a few bands and artists that survives in this exclusive genre, but there’s one band that thrives in this specific genre. Have you ever heard of The Chainsmokers? Well, this EDM-pop duo has taken over the airwaves in recent years with a string of Billboard hits, including “Selfie,” “Closer” and “Roses.” This small band of two individual figures can tug at your heart’s string, or it can get you up on the dance floor busting moves. The band’s new hit song, “Sick Boy,” is generating plenty of buzz. Unlike the other light-hearted tracks, this particular track has taken a walk on the dark side.

Drew Target, band member, stated that “Sick Boy” is a new installment of the band’s music. The goal here is to cover topics that the band has never dared to approach. “We have grown-up tremendously as artists and as people,” said Taggart in a recent interview. This darker style of music is a completely different beast in a sense. “The next topic for us is very dark, and it matches the tone of society now days,” said Taggart. If you’ve ever really sat down and listened to the band’s music, then you’d know that music reflects what is actually happening in society. The music also reflects what is going on with the band. The song’s lyrics are on-point and are profound in delivery. The music video is also very dark in appearance and is dark in sound.

By the looks of it, this new image of the band seems to be appealing to its huge fandom. Will The Chainsmokers ever go back to its light-hearted melodies and high- tempo tracks? The answer is definitely yes, because these guys do a great job of mirroring the moment.

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Tony Petrello’s Commitment to Charity through the Texas Children’s Hospital

Tony Petrello is one of the most celebrated business executives we have in the economy today. Mr. Tony doubles up as the CEO and President of Nabors Industries (NYSE: NBR) and also the top paid CEO of 2015. The executive joined Nabors Industries in 1991 at some executive position and has helped the company achieve numerous achievements. Currently, Nabors Industries is the leading oil-drilling firm we have in the oil industry with not only the largest oil drills and wells but also the safest.

Despite these achievements, Mr. Tony Petrello still manages to live a quiet and humble lifestyle unlike most individuals of his stature. This is partially influenced by the morals instilled in him while growing up. Unlike other CEO and Presidents who had everything their way owing to their rich backgrounds, for Tony nothing came on a silver platter. Tony Petrello had to work hard and study smart to earn the scholarship at Yale University. As if not all, he had to defend the Mathematics scholarship awarded to him by becoming the best in his class. After completing his first degree, Tony had to ensure he was competitive in the industry by studying a second degree which was law from the great Harvard Law school.

Although many people view Tony’s success at Nabors Industries and his education as the highlights of his life, they are not. Tony Petrello and his wife are determined to ensuring they better the lives of children living with neurological conditions. This quest was informed from the fact that a majority of kids in America, just like their eight-year-old daughter who was born with cerebral palsy, were suffering from lack of knowledge and care.

So far among the many generous contributions, Tony has announced that he will donate an initial sum of 5 million US dollars to the Neurological Research Institute at Texas Children’s Hospital before later topping it up with an extra 2 million US dollars. This contribution is meant to help the institution equip itself and provide quality care to the kids. In addition to this, it is also meant to help aid the surgeons and medics at the institution with their research that is directed towards helping improve the quality of care in the hospital.

Tony’s philanthropic activities do not end at his generous contributions. He also seats at some of the boards of these institutions and helps at intellectual capacity when it comes to policy formations.

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Omar Yunes Represents Mexico

The Best Franchisee of the World event is normally a world-wide competition that takes place every single year. The goal is to recognize the best franchisees from all across the world so that people from other businesses can gain recognition as well as new ideas for their very own organizations. Judges like to look for a wide range of aspects including what new programs have been implemented and how successful the companies have been. Normally the event is held at an international level, not at a regional level but in some cases, a country will do both.

Mexico wanted to have representatives from their very own country at the most recent Best Franchisee of the World Event, so they decided to hold their own mini competition. Representatives from at least 32 of Mexico’s cities entered into this competition. Only two, however, were sent to compete in the international event that was held in Florence, Italy. Those two representatives were Omar Yunes of Sushi Itto and Ivan Tamer of Prendamex. Omar Yunes was said to have professionalized the role a franchisee plays in the industry and Ivan Tamer was able to successfully introduce a new sale system for his franchises.

For this year, Mexico will be represented by OmarYunes, franchisee of Sushi Itto, with the case “The professionalization of the role of the franchisee”; while, by Prendamex, Ivan Tamer will be the second representative with the case “Implementation of the alternative system for the control and sale of articles”. Omar Yunes has a very strong background as a businessmen. He first joined the game when he was 21 years old. That was the first time he became owner of any franchise, which happened to be Sushi Itto. Since then, he bas expanded the franchise to include an additional 13 units and continues to implement new systems every year.

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