Chainsmokers, Reality Expressed

The duo which made up the Chainsmokers have largely been celebrated and have gone through victorious and glorious moments of fame and wealth only the aspiring artist can dream of. They have done many works which abound inside the hearts and minds of those who immerse themselves inside of the musical creations bestowed upon them by none other than the Chainsmokers themselves. In actuality while the fame and wealth is all well and good, even inspiring, the Chainsmokers are actually just normal people like anyone else on this world. What made them stand out is that they had the grit and artistry to actually put their music out there for the musical public to lay their ears on. They also work tirelessly and endlessly inside of their craft in their hearts and inside of their mental states because it takes a lot of effort and energy to stay ahead of the pack when it comes down to making and creating good and easily enjoyable audio art. The two are loved and adored for their tracks inside the realms of intimacy and romance and the people who adhere to them also adhere to the beauty that is injected into the music that Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart are creating to stand out as a non-conformist group to the dry and void emotionless states electronic music usually feeds the masses. Sick Boy is one of those instant classics that take people thru the journey of what it is like to undo one’s self identity when approaching the masks that others are wearing online when people put their best foot forward on their online social profiles. The consequences of participating in such cultural rituals enable the slight yet toxic mental disease known as narccissm which puts an urgent pressure of the masses to be liked and loved by masses while the mask is up online for all to see and be convinced that the mask is the real person. The Chainsmokers expose and reveal that this is not the case and that the emptiness this creates is far more devastating than the allure of having to be liked by millions.

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Kim Dao Visiting Capsule Hotel And Survives In Tokyo For Only $100

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to stay in a capsule hotel in Tokyo? Well, wonder no longer. Beauty YouTuber Kim Dao just stayed in one of Akihabara’s top-rated female-only capsule hotels with her friend Emma and recorded the whole experience. Kim Dao uploaded this video under the title “Capsule Hotel in Akihabara JAPAN | $100 in 1 Day in Tokyo.” Besides showing you around the hotel, she also shows viewers just how much you can buy in Akihabara for only 10,000円 (or around 100 USD).

First, Kim Dao shows viewers around the Akihabara Bay Hotel. She spends 3,800円 for one night at the hotel, so she only has 6,200円left when she leaves to explore Akihabara.

Kim Dao gets her locker number and checks out the toiletries and free amenities inside there. After taking a look at her amenities, she shows viewers what the capsule actually looks like. There are light controls and even a phone charger inside her capsule.

A few moments later, Kim Dao heads downstairs and takes us to the shower rooms and sink area of the hotel. She also shows the washers and dryers you can use for a small fee.

Once she’s done exploring all around the hotel, Kim Dao goes out with Emma for lunch. She spends 650円 on a hot dog, which leaves her with 5550円.

Kim Dao then explores the retro game, cos play, and Pokémon stores in Akihabara and makes a few purchases. She later purchases a Magikarp Taiyaki and a water and has 1036円left. For dinner, Kim orders 50 chicken nuggets from McDonald’s and tries to eat them all with her friend. This leaves her with only 36円left.

At the end of the video, Kim Dao mentions that this capsule hotel also has locations in the cities of Nihonbashi, Ginza, Nihonbashi-Muromachi, and Tamachi.

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