I’ve got nothing to sayI’ve got nothing to say……We could drag it out but that’s for other bands to do. That’s how the Strokes parodied the state of pop music in their 2006 song “Ask Me Anything.”[1] It’s easy to agree with their assessment, which ages well with every passing Chainsmokers’ album. Pop musicians—at least the Top 40 hit producers—focus on lyrical trends which broaden their commercial appeal while eschewing the ability to make significant statements. There are exceptions, of…