Parisian legend Tchami isn’t messing around – he just dropped two impressive new tracks that showcase his signature sound we’ve come to love from the producer. 2017 has also been quite the year for the artist; from singles like “Adieu” and “World To Me” to a Revelations EP to his label’s recent Alchemy 2 compilation, Tchami has done a little bit of everything over the past ten months. Today the house producer keeps that momentum going with a collab and a remix.
One of today’s releases is “The Sermon,” an epic collaboration with the mysterious Malaa. This collab comes on the heels of their last joint track, “Summer 99,” and it definitely lives up to the expectation these two created after working together before. Both producers come together effortlessly on “The Sermon,” with both Malaa’s moodier signature and Tchami’s energetic style taking a front seat throughout. With a brisk 4x4 beat and varying vocal samples tied together by an infectious bassline, this groovy house track is impossible not to bob your head to.
The second track, Tchami’s take on MK’s “17,” takes a bubbly deep house offering and injects it with a much darker house signature. Tchami keeps the bright vocal intact, which sounds fantastic with the contrasting sinister elements of the production. Check out both tracks below and enjoy!
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