After journeying across North America and slaying each and every tour stop for their back to back No Redemption tour, Tchami and Malaa have officially released their collaborative EP of the same name. If you’ve been following their releases, then you’ll recognize most of the tracks on this project. “Summer 99”, “The Sermon”, and “Kurupt” were all massive releases, but the two Parisians saved their best track for last: “Deus”.
While the other three tracks shine in their own way, “Deus” seems to fuse them all into one. There’s the old school sound like “The Sermon,” the heavy bass similar to “Kurupt,” and the pure kinetic energy off “Summer 99.” Overall, Tchami and Malaa delivered exactly what we were hoping for on this EP, a handful of tracks that flawlessly combine the two very different production styles of the Pardon My French artists.
The official No Redemption tour is over, but the duo still have some shows left, including a stop at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in May. That, plus the release of their EP gives us plenty of music to feast on. Enjoy!
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