Over the last few months or so, Martin Bresso, better known by his stage alias, Tchami, has been one of the most popular artists worldwide. Known as the ‘God of Future House’ the Frenchman is chasing accomplishment after accomplishment. In 2017, his biggest year so far, Tchami played on the mainstage of both Ultra Miami and Tomorrowland. Nevertheless, 2018 looks to be as promising and great as 2017 has been. Together with fellow Frenchman Malaa he is playing multiple shows on the No Redemption Tour, bringing Future and Bass House to venues worldwide. After the release of the ‘No Redemption EP’ Tchami is now back with a new track. Though it is without his congenial partner Malaa, this time he teamed up with the Swedish newcomer trio BROHUG for their first collaboration ‘My Place’.
First heard during this year’s ‘No Redemption Tour’ performance at Ultra Music Festival in Miami, ‘My Place’ features both the signature melodies Tchami is known for, as well as the massive Bass House beats of BROHUG. The track is accompanied by the vocals of Reece, which gives ‘My Place’ an extra touch of awesomeness. Despite sounding quite different than what you normally expect from a Tchami or a BROHUG release, the symbiosis of the two styles mixed into something new and unique is definitely what makes this track so special.
For BROHUG it is yet another accomplishment in their young career. With the massive success of tracks such as ‘If I’m Wrong’ and ‘Bulldozer’ the three Swedes proved that they are one of the best Bass House producers out there. BROHUG will make their Tomorrowland debut this year playing at the Musical Freedom stage. Tchami, on the other hand, will play at Tomorrowland for a second consecutive, showcasing his ‘No Redemption Tour’ together with Malaa at the STMPD Stage at the Organ Of Harmony stage.
On another note, Tchami is set to perform at one of Europe’s biggest festivals, Black Sheep Festival for its 3rd edition. Make sure to claim your tickets here.
Check out Tchami’s and BROHUG’s first collaboration ‘My Place’ below!