Birth name Martin Joseph Leonard Bresso[1]
Born Paris, France[2]
Genres Future house
Occupation(s) Producer, DJ
Years active 2013–present
Labels Spinnin' Records, Ministry of Sound, Fool's Gold Records, Defected Records, CONFESSION[3]
Website SoundCloud Page
(which he currently uses as website)

Martin Bresso, known by his stage name Tchami, is a French house music producer from Paris. Tchami most commonly produces "future house" music, and came into widespread recognition after releasing a remix of "Go Deep" by Janet Jackson. Tchami has done several supporting tours with successful electronic music artists such as Skrillex, Diplo, and DJ Snake. Tchami acquired the stage name that was given to him while in Africa, and is also attributed to a number of remixes and collaborations with DJ Snake, AlunaGeorge, Kaleem Taylor, Oliver $ and Jimi Jules, Mercer, Martin Garrix, Candyland, Jack Ü, and AC Slater. The original single "Promesses" attained a peak position of number 7 on the UK Charts.


2013–present: Breakthrough

On December 5, 2013, Tchami released his first EP "Promesses" for free under the Fool's Gold Records label. Both of the EP's tracks were re-released as singles; "Shot Caller" on 17 December 2014,[4] and "Promesses" on January 4, 2015 under Ministry of Sound, which features vocals from Kaleem Taylor. The latter peaked at number 7 on the Official Singles Chart. On April 18, 2014, Tchami released his debut single "Untrue" under the Spinnin' Records label.[5] On the 12th of March, he uploaded his new song 'After Life' featuring vocals from Stacy Barthe and is part of the After Life EP along with 'Missing You', which has also been released by Tchami and AC Slater. [6][7][8]

In February 2015, Tchami partnered with Electronic Music lifestyle brand Electric Family to produce a collaboration bracelet, for which 100% of the proceeds are donated to help benefit the Miami Children's Health Foundation (MCFH). MCFH's mission is to help ensure the health and happiness of children everywhere and to raise awareness and funds for Miami Children's Hospital.

In October 2015, Tchami and fellow electronic producer DJ Snake were injured in a car crash. Consequently, both artists missed a scheduled performance at Toronto's Monster Mash festival. [9]


Extended Plays

Year Title Peak chart positions
2015 After Life EP


Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK Dance
2014 "Untrue" Non-album singles
"Shot Caller"
2015 "Promesses"
(featuring Kaleem Taylor)
7 2 9
"After Life"
(featuring Stacy Barthe)
After Life EP
"Missing You"
(featuring AC Slater and Kaleem Taylor)
"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released.


Year Title Artist
2013 "MYB" Oliver
"Go Deep" Janet Jackson
"Stressed Out" A Tribe Called Quest
2014 "It Takes Two" Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock
"Wizard" Martin Garrix & Jay Hardway
"You Know You Like It" AlunaGeorge
"Not Coming Down" Candyland & Zak Waters
"Turn It Up" Mercer
"Move Your Body" Marshall Jefferson
"Pushing On" Oliver $ & Jimi Jules
"Take Ü There" Jack Ü
2015 "Timeless" Caroline Koch

Production credits

Year Title Artist
2013 "Applause" Lady Gaga
"Do What U Want" Lady Gaga
"Sexxx Dreams" Lady Gaga
"Turn Down for What" DJ Snake
2014 "Get Low" Dillon Francis & DJ Snake
2014 "You Know You Like It" DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge
2015 "Lean On" Major Lazer & DJ Snake



  1. 1 2 "Tchami Credits".
  2. "Tchami – AM Only". AM Only. Retrieved 6 May 2014.
  3. "Future House - Timeline - Facebook".
  4. "Shot Caller - Single de Tchami sur Apple Music".
  5. "Untrue - Single de Tchami sur Apple Music".
  6. "MIXED by Tchami – Thump". Retrieved 6 May 2014.
  7. "Tablature: Introducing Tchami". The Tab. Retrieved 6 May 2014.
  8. "Tchami Discography at Discogs". Retrieved 6 May 2014.
  9. "French producers Tchami and DJ Snake have been involved in a serious car accident". Ministry of Sound. Retrieved 7 Nov 2015.
  10. "Tchami > Artist". Official Charts Company.
  11. Peak positions for Dance singles in the UK:
  12. Peak positions for singles in Scotland:
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