The addicting sounds of The Chainsmokers

Excitement brews with The Chainsmokers and their new song “Somebody”. Apparently, they are going to give us a step by step tutorial on how they made the song. If you follow them on social media you may have already saw snippets of them sampling with various musical equipment. I actually got to check those out and do you know that they not only use Apple computers but also their phones in the creative process?!

They promise to give us a more in-depth tutorial of how they are constantly creating their hits dance songs with the upcoming release of “Somebody” being the point focus of it all. This is something, in my opinion, that is a must see for inspiring minds of this particular music genre.

If you don’t know who The Chainsmokers are, think back to 2014 with their hit song “Selfie”. It was in the top 20’s dance songs in several countries, not to mention all over pop clubs and nightlife scenes for several months. Many people used it for background music all over social sites to showcase their fabulous nights out, eventually winning it the title of “the selfie song” every time new selfies surfaced into people’s newsfeeds.

They have had a phenomenal first part of the year this 2018, winning 3 iheartmusic awards for Best Collaboration, Dance Artist of the Year, and Dance Album of the Year and also having their second released single being very successful with streaming and views from various platforms. Their amazing performance at the Ultra Miami 2018 also quickly put them back in the hot seat of approved night life party music.

The Chainsmokers are actually the first #1 Dance Artist/DJ to ever be recognized for their effort and talent in the newly introduced Dance 100 list and they have rightfully earned that title. We will keep watch as this duo continuously inspire us to live out our wildest dreams, dancing the night away to their high energy synths compositions and catchy vocals, making their music just as addicting as their name sounds.

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Jeremy Goldstein Recommends Compromise for Employment Incentives

Jeremy Golden is the head of Jeremy. L. Goldstein &Associates, a law firm whose primary focus is to advise compensation committees. Besides advising these committees, the company also advises companies, management teams and CEOs in corporate governance and executive compensation matters. It’s an organization that jumps in to make everything easier for employees and shareholders when corporations are doing significant transitions and other sensitive situations.

All this may seem like a lot to comprehend, but the bigger picture is quite simple. For a refresher course or to sum it up, every person who is an employee or owns shares in a corporation’s stock gets a compensation package, which indicates that person’s investment in that company. A compensation committee is a group of people who decide how that package will look.

There’s an incentive-based program known as Earning per Share (EPS), and it has its benefits and downfalls as well. Like many other programs, EPS works best when used correctly. EPS motivate shareholders to purchase and offers incentives for corporations to raise the pay of their employees.

Firms that incorporate EPS as a component of their system are more successful than the rest. There are many benefits of including EPS in a company’s structure in the short term, but only a few people can see the long-term benefits with ease. In addition to the metrics skewed by influential CEO’s and the issue of favoritism in the workplace, some feel that EPS should be part and parcel of their company structure.

Jeremy Goldstein provides a solution that may satisfy all stakeholders. He recommends that firms include an accountability system which will hold executives or CEO’s responsible for their actions, instead of eliminating EPS. Jeremy also mentioned that aligning the Pay per Performance system with the long-term objectives of the company will ensure the longevity of a company’s growth, as it meets the needs of each stakeholder.

Having partnered with Rosen, Wachtell, Katz, and Lipton before establishing his firm, Jeremy Goldstein is more qualified to finish the task. He was also involved and included in dozens of the most significant business transactions in the last ten years.

Jeremy Goldstein is an administrative compensation lawyer, based in New York. He received his Jurisprudence doctorate from the New York University’s School of Law. He also earned other degrees from The University of Chicago and Cornell University. Jeremy has worked with many companies within the oil, banking, and cellular industries, and is currently listed among the top lawyers in the U.S according to Legal 500. Learn more: http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/