Following a mesmerizing virtual NYE show for Tomorrowland, the relase of his long-awaited debut album Year Zero, and a breathtaking Elevation Sunrise Set in Miami, Tchami has no intentions of slowing things down as he carries his momentum into 2021.
Just a week into the new year, the renowned French producer has unveiled a catchy new gem of a remix of Whethan and Oliver Tree's "Freefall." Tchami's reimagination of "Freefall" is a nostalgic house anthem reminiscent of what fans fell in love with in Year Zero.
The remix features pulsing basslines and dreamy soundscapes to deliver a shimmering future house cut. Oliver Tree's original vocals perfectly match Tchami's smooth instrumental, creating a soulful play on the original. At the same time, the piano heightens the atmospheric production, offering a tasteful and melodic lead.
Check out Tchami's new remix below.
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