The Little Monsters are NOT going to like this!
On Tuesday, Rolling Stone released their profile on The Chainsmokers who dished about their favorite and — most importantly — least favorite artists.
Ever since the success of their mega-hit Closer, the duo — Alex Pall (right) and Drew Taggart — have mingled with music's biggest names including Chris Martin from Coldplay, fellow EDM superstar Calvin Harris, and Bono from U2!
Related: The Chainsmokers Say They Have Big D*cks!
According to Taggart, Bono "rolled up to our studio, all by himself" and:
"played us some new U2 music. We played him some of our new stuff, and with this one song, he was like, 'That's great – will you send that to me?' Which was so sick."'
However, Alex and Drew aren't fans of everyone. When asked about Lady GaGa's new single Perfect Illusion, Pall flat out said:
Taggart tried to smooth things out by saying:
"She's a great artist – like, Jeff Koons made a sculpture of her…"
We know what you're trying to say, Drew! No need to hide it!
The interview also reveals the two rarely fly private, once had a bloody, alcohol-induced fight in Mexico, and Rihanna rejected an early demo of Don't Let Me Down which eventually went to Daya.
Sorry Rih, but you missed out on a smash hit!
Read the rest of the article HERE!
[Image via Jason Nocito/Rolling Stone.]
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