Over the last few months, Tchami has built a prolific reputation as one of the most sensational artists of his generation. Continuing to prolong this status, Tchami has just unveiled an expansive remix package for his single “After Life” feat. Stacy Barthe.
With the single having premiered on Billboard in early March to great fanfare, the release of the “After Life” remix package has been a long time in the making. Always open to the globe’s most eclectic sounds, Tchami personally handpicked six of the most exciting and contemporary acts out right now, including the likes of Jauz, Malaa, San Holo, Point Point, DJ Snake & Mercer for remix duties.
Jauz broke out late last year with his groundbreaking track, “Feel The Volume”, and has managed to stay in top form as he transforms the original of “After Life” into a high-pitched, genre bending banger. The mysterious Parisian Malaa has crafted his own rendition of the track by altering it into a groovy, bass heavy record, giving it a breath of new life. San Holo, a name to watch for over the coming months, steps up to the plate, turning Tchami’s “After Life” into a glitchy future bass remix that fits perfectly into this diverse bundle. Filled to the brim with smooth, mellow piano chords and syncopated synths to match, Point Point’s interpretation truly brings it home to grab a coveted spot on the remix package. Last, but certainly not least, Grammy nominated DJ Snake has collaborated with a fellow Frenchman, Mercer, as they morph Tchami’s masterpiece into a frenetic main stage anthem primed to take over the summer airwaves.
With a busy 2015 season ahead and the imminent release of the After Life EP around the corner, Tchami is on course to have his biggest year yet.
Listen to Tchami feat. Stacy Barthe – After Life (Remixes) below.