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Tchami’s Debut Album ‘Year Zero’ Has Landed [LISTEN]

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Tchami has taken his time, perfected his craft, and finally unveiled his debut album Year Zero — out now on Confession.

The album embraces a spiritual theme throughout, laced with heavenly rhythms, uplifting melodies, and ethereal vocal performances from a number of collaborators — all blanketed by an unspoken cohesive nature that allows you to surrender to the music.

Tchami’s already dropped six spectacular singles from Year Zero, including his latest, “Praise” featuring Gunna, “Faith” featuring vocals from Marlena Shaw’s iconic “Woman of the Ghetto,” and double-releases “Proud” / “Ghosts” and “Born Again” / “Buenos Aires.”

The album also boasts standout collabs with ZHU, Tony Romera, Chace and Stacy Barthe, the voice behind his critically-acclaimed hit single “After Life.” Spanning 16 tracks over an hour, Tchami has enough material here to give us a true glimpse into his artistry.

The producer shares the album is an “illustration of where I am right now as an artist and also as a human.”

Listen here and rejoice!

Tchami – Year Zero

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