One of the most talked about producers of the last two years has been dominating festival stages across the globe with his signature sound and rampant rhythm. With releases on Fool’s Gold, OWSLA, Mad Decent, and Spinnin’ Records, it seems no mountain is too high for producer and DJ Tchami to climb. With the sound of “future house” molding into a major component in the electronic dance music scene, this French mastermind pushed the envelope with original tunes such as “Shot Caller” and his bootleg of “Go Deep” by Janet Jackson. Most recently, Tchami ventured away from a big label release and is setting the stage for an upcoming EP release for later this year with his latest track “After Life” with Stacy Barthe. It was even given a remix package with assistance from Jauz, Malaa, Point Point, San Holo, and a collaborative remix from DJ Snake and Mercer that we talked about a few weeks ago.
This week, Tchami brings his audience a brand new song with a past collaborator and another rising name in electronic music. With Kaleem Taylor on vocals and blending styles with AC Slater, the three come up with one of Tchami’s more aggressive tune. Titled “Missing You”, the song revives Kaleem’s soulful singing voice previously heard on Tchami’s song “Promesses” while taking a louder and meaner direction than any of the Parisian’s prior material. However, “Missing You” maintains the dark-room groove that the man has developed and delivered to the mainstream.
Along with the new track, Tchami has also released a video with “Missing You” titled as Tour Confessions I that recaps some of his live performances and the man’s time in the studio making these and new bangers.