Florida Georgia Line, Jhene Aiko and more to be featured on The Chainsmokers’ debut LP

We are getting closer to new music from The Chainsmokers.

On Monday, the popular production duo took to social media to share the tracklist for their upcoming album Memories… Do Not Open. The debut record will consist of never-before-heard features from Florida Georgia Line, Jhene Aiko, Emily Warren and French singer Louane.


Warren’s name is listed next to not just one, but two tracks, “Don’t Say” and “My Type.” The 24-year-old is also uncredited on the album’s lead single “Paris.” She previously collaborated with the duo as well on “Until You Were Gone” and Grammy award-winning hit “Don’t Let Me Down.”

Phoebe Ryan, who appears on “All We Know” alongside Drew Taggart and Alex Pall, the EDM talents who make up The Chainsmokers, shared the tracklist herself, adding “#BLOODSTREAM.” This allows us to speculate she plays a part on the record too. Whether she is responsible for writing or vocals is still unknown, but if the song is anything like their certified gold single, it’s bound to be a smash.

“There are songs about great moments and ugly moments and tempting moments,” Taggart told NME in an interview regarding the pair’s latest work. “There are people who’ll hear a song and have an idea it’s about them.”

“It’s Drew writing Drew,” he continues, discussing how he draws on his own experiences when writing these tracks. “Talking about those times when you’re not your best self and owning it. No one should feel that they have to be perfect. And we can be role models if we own our mistakes.”

April will be quite a busy month for The Chainsmokers. Not only does Memories… Do Not Open drop April 7, they will make their Saturday Night Live debut the following evening and on April 8, kick off a 40-date arena tour.

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Written by Cayla Masters

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