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Ahead of their massive B2B at Ministry this Saturday, we take a look back at five of the biggest tracks from Tchami & Malaa.

 

 

Tchami

 

Tchami - "After Life"

Lets kick off with a track that features the hallmarks of a classic Tchami production, groove, grimy bassline and a luscious vocal top line. No wonder it's one of his most popular releases.

 

 

Tchami - "Shot Caller"

The B-Side to "Promesses" is a worthy companion piece to the chart hit. Released on A-Trak's Fools Gold Records, the track is made for the club, with some seriously heavy bass.

 

 

Tchami - "Adieu"

Tchami's first release of 2017 saw him swap out his signature future house sound for driving bass and pulsating synths. The melodic "Adieu" is one of the highlights of his catalogue.

 

 

AlunaGeorge - "You Know You Like It" (Tchami Remix)

Tchami's updates the AlunaGeorge with a rework squarely for the dancefloor.

 

 

Tchami feat. Kaleem Taylor - "Promesses"

How could we not include the massive "Promesses"? Tchami's debut single introduced the world to an exciting new talent. We loved it so much we picked it up and released it on our label, along with creating the incredible knight-biker video.

 

Malaa

 

Malaa - "Notorious"

Malaa's Biggie-sampling banger, "Notorious" always does the business. One of the biggest G-House tracks around, and for good reason.

 

 

Malaa - "Testarosa"

Released on his Illegal Mixtape Vol2, "Testarosa" showcases the very best of the darker side of Malaa.

 

 

Malaa - "Fade"

Releases on Tchami's Confessions record label, the track samples Kool G. Rap and Nas - "Fast Life" paired with a simple, yet effective bassline.

 

 

Malaa - "Bling Bling"

The first track released from Illegal Mixtape Vol2 is deep, dark and gritty. It featured a huge remix package from Matroda, VOLAC, Bart B More, Delayers Hugo, but we think the original just about edges them out as the best version.

 

 

Malaa - "Diamonds"

After being heavily teased by fellow Pardon My French crew members DJ Snake, Tchami and Mercer throughout early 2016, "Diamonds" finally saw release in June. The haunting cut was his 4th release on Confessions. 

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Matthew Francey

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