Fresh off his electrifying performance with Malaa in EDC Las Vegas' Cosmic Meadow, French house tastemaker Tchami is still riding the wave and decided to unleash a brand new track with producer trio Brohug and singer Reece.
The producers' latest solo EP Revelations, for the most part, showcased a lighter side of the producer, with tracks such as the hit "World To Me (feat. Luke James)" and of course the progressive anthem "Adieu", a side that then turned darker with his collaborative No Redemption EP with Malaa, a deep journey through minimal and groovy house sounds. "My Place" is where this progression leads to, as it showcases something from both worlds. The track breaks into a dark atmosphere and Reece's heavily processed vocals dominate a trap rhythm, before Tchami and trio Brohug work their way towards the drop, which is maybe the heaviest one we've ever seen Tchami's name on. Enjoy the track below!
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