Tchami Show Review

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Author: Ryan Breon
He came, He saw, and he threw down. Few words were spoken by the almost mystical Tchami during his show this past Thursday at The Majestic, but everyone there knew what they were coming for, and Tchami delivered. Wearing a black short-sleeve button down tied together by his iconic clerical collar, Tchami commanded the floor. His setup consisted of an adaption of styles of architecture one might find in a Catholic church, with a primary alter in all white supported by lighting and flanked by stained glass shaped lights draped in black cloth. It was all business last Thursday, no if-ands-or-buts about there, Tchami came to provide his sermon of house music, and the fans loved it, myself included. Tchami’s set ran for approximately 2 hours and consisted of several of his well-known singles such as After Life, Adieu, and Promesses as well as singles from his label Confession such as Devilz by Angelz. Energy pulsed throughout the crowd for the entirety of his set, with everybody dancing and jumping along to the future house. At the end Tchami addressed the crowd with a short thank you, and returned about a minute later to play his famous remix of Take U There originally by Jack U. It was a fitting end to an epic show, captivating all who were in attendance. Thank you Tchami for delivering your deep house blessings.