The Chainsmokers and their new single “Sick Boy”

The chainsmokers have only been around for a little over a couple of years, but have ran into success, and created songs that have topped the charts since then. Some of their popular hits include; “something just like this” “roses” “don’t let me down” “closer” and “Paris.” Most of their hits have topped the music charts for weeks, and they are currently working on a new album.

Alex and Andrew were pressured to live up to their most popular hits and create more music that others would love, and make it to the top 40. But they wanted to try something different this time. Most of their old music was about love and relationships, but they wanted their new music to have a darker feel to them.

Their new single is called “Sick boy.” Sick boy is different because it goes through the struggles that we face in our new generation. Andrew explained that he and Alex have grown up as artists and as people, and they wanted to create something new, and something relatable. Sick boy talks about social media and how it relates to everyone. In this new generation, everyone is worried about the amount of likes they get, and social media puts out a false representation of who people really are, and Andrew and Alex wanted to put that out in their new music.

Their new music is going to represent out new generation, and what it is like to live in it. Their is so much pressure for the pictures we post and the likes we get on social media, and it is something that everyone, famous or not go through. Andrew and Alex wanted their fans to think about those things and relate to them when they listen to their music.

The Future is Bright for the Musical Talent Norka Luque

Norka Luque is a young upcoming Venezuelan singer based in Miami, Florida. Luque was born in 1986 in Caracas, Venezuela’s capital city. So far her music has been received well by fans all over the world. Her songs are inspirational, motivational and full of hope. The Latin American music talent uses her unique talent to give hope to her listeners who are going through tough times by reminding them that everything is possible, and their current situation can improve for the better.

Luque discovered her love for music at a very tender age. She had a supportive family who gave her all the support she needed in the musical as well as vocal training. She took voice lessons and studied piano while she was in school. After graduating from upper school, Luque went to France to further her studies. She graduated with a degree in marketing, fashion and culinary arts.

While in France, she tried out her musical talent in different French dance clubs. Luque was able to land a job with the famous band, Bad Moon Rising. Her fame in France was growing fast, but she decided to move to Miami, Florida (Fort Lauderdale).

After arriving in Miami, the young talent started singing in the dance clubs on South Beach. Her unique tune that blends Latino pop with Mediterranean beat was liked by the clubbers on South Beach. South Beach showed her love and before long she had a handsome and loyal following. The famous producer Emilio Estefan offered her a recording deal after she heard her sing.

The recording deal that Emilio offered her became a game changer. Emilio Estefan JR is the man who made huge artists such as Shakira, Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan and Ricky Martin. The Miami-based singer performs music from Latin, urban, pop, and dance genres. She operates her own record label NorkaMusic Productions LLC. It is through the label that she releases her music. Alberto Gomez of Light Concepts PR is currently her manager.

Norka Luque is currently enjoying great success in her music. She delivered a thrilling performance during the Latin Billboard Bash, and her fans were left wanting more. She operates a Facebook page where she makes important posts to motivate the young generation. Even though music is her top enthusiasm in life, she got other interests as well. Luque is a good tennis player and loves traveling. Follow Norka Luque on Facebook to learn more.