Tchami Wants "To Get People Dancing" As He Drops "Kurupt" With Malaa

| June 19, 2018

Your eyes aren't deceiving you.

That really is Kanye West. And Ashton Kutcher. In A Tchami x Malaa musical masterpiece.  

EDM fans have been buzzing over Tchami x Malaa's latest music video, "Kurupt," and iEDM is ready to give you the full scoop.

The duo's latest effort showcases some of Hollywood's biggest names and their turbulent journey throughout the entertainment industry. The video captures the elite's unique, and oftentimes troubled relationship with the media as seen through paparazzi footage. Tchami and Malaa have provided a serious bass line on top of stunning visuals that you can't afford to miss. The video will haunt you long after it concludes. There is no other option.



Besides getting the rave community engaging in thought-provoking discussions, Tchami and Malaa are taking over Germany and the UK this summer, and warn their fans that they are bringing the heat. If their latest offering "Kurupt" is any indication as to what their shows will look like, the overseas EDM scene is in for a fresh, and unparalleled, chaotic treat.

"They can expect more No Redemption vibes. Hard drums. Groovy baselines. It's all about that. I want to get people dancing," Tchami says in an exclusive iEDM interview.

"We have so much music together, that you can expect anything."



Tchami's relationship with Malaa has forced the French DJ to take his game to another level; if that is humanly possible. As one of the founding father's of the future house genre, Tchami established himself as a champion on the electronic dance music scene, with no signs of giving up his prestigious title anytime soon.

"It was a growing process. Now, it's more about building a show," Tchami tells iEDM.

"The show with Malaa--it's about a unique time in space," Tchami grins. "Not only in the studio."

Tchami has seen it all. He toured with fellow icons including Diplo, DJ Snake, and Skrillex. He's blown away massive crowds at Ultra, EDC, Electric Zoo, and all of the other major festivals.

The scary part? The best is yet to come. With Malaa by his side, Tchami is more than ready to embrace the future. 

"I'd like to thank everyone who has been down with me since I started. I'm really grateful for everything that has been happening to me. I'm glad that I get to be part of the bigger picture."

Are you hyped for great music this summer? We are! Be sure to stay up to date with more exclusive Music Festival News HERE available only at iEDM.

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about the writer

Kyle Stevens

Kyle Stevens


Read More...Kyle is an Entertainment Reporter and Celebrity Correspondent. He has interviewed some of the biggest DJs in the EDM industry including Steve Aoki, Hardwell and Armin van Buuren among many others.

He is thrilled to provide iEDM with exclusive interviews and articles featuring your favorite festival performers who make your feet move and body sweat.

During his free time, Kyle loves attending as many concerts that he possibly can. He also enjoys getting down with his bad self to Alesso, Dada Life, Galantis and 3LAU.

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