Tchami describes the collaboration for the upcoming EP, “We each have our own specific sound. Malaa’s music embraces the early street vibe of house music from its origin in the streets of Chicago and Detroit. My sound portrays another side of the genre: positive, spiritual. This project combines the two elements and messages to represent house music as a whole while creating something new. The best of both worlds.” He goes on to elaborate on the “No Redemption” dates saying “This tour will give fans the opportunity to see the different worlds come together quite literally in the unique production that will depict two elements, both visually and musically, on stage.” TCHAMI Hailing from Paris, Tchami, is no stranger to the dance music industry. Rewind to last July, Tchami’s remix of Janet Jackson’s “Go Deep” became an instant over night hit! With much critical acclaim, he soon followed up with his first original production “Promesses” with Kaleem Taylor via Fool’s Gold Records. It was not too long after “Promesses” that Tchami released “Shot Caller” under the same EP for Fool’s Gold Clubhouse. From then on, Tchami subsequently released his remixes of AlunaGeorge’s “You Know You Like It,” Oliver’s “MYB,” and “Turn it up” by fellow Parisian producer/DJ, Mercer. Having gained the support from some of today’s top DJs such as A-Trak, Nick Catchdubs, Dillon Francis and Skrillex, Tchami’s career is already off to a great start! Tchami’s accomplishments have not gone unnoticed, as NYC/LA based booking company AM Only added the future house phenom to their roster and Vice listed him as one of their “30 DJs to Watch in 2014”. In the rightful hands of AM Only, you will be sure to see Tchami’s name across the states as he sets on tour. Already set to perform this coming March during Hard Miami, alongside Boys Noize, What So Not, Zed’s Dead and RL Grime just to name a few, Tchami is ready to conquer the states one performance at a time with his self-described “soundtrack of the deepest moments of your life”. MALAA Who is Malaa?