Malaa and Tchami keep the collab storm raging with ‘Kurupt’
For the past few months, house music’s favorite French dichotomy, Malaa and Tchami, have been touring the world, wreaking thunderous havoc from atop their elaborate, heaven-and-hell-themed stage-setup. On the production end, they have wrought musical mayhem in the form of roaring dance hits like “Summer 99” and “The Sermon.”
The duo’s latest Confession creation, “Kurupt,” is a malevolently bass-rich house anthem, aligning itself in both name and substance with Malaa’s villainous persona. Earlier in the month, the masked menace tried out the tune on his massive crowd at CRSSD Fest, and was met with wild praise.
However, the song is not without Tchami’s melodic, piano-like intonations – though they are rather subdued within the pummeling basslines of “Kurupt.”
Still to come from the production pair is their highly anticipated full-length No Redemption EP, of which a release date is still yet to be announced.