EXCLUSIVE: Everything you need to know about TRESOR’s new album

2015-08-21 08:55

Cape Town – TRESOR is an award-winning and multi-platinum selling artist, who you've probably heard all over the radio by now.

Originally from the Congo, TRESOR (French for "treasure" and pronounced "Trezor"), moved to SA seven years ago where his first job was that of a car guard. His passion for music was always there however, and now his current radio single, Never Let Me Go, is sitting at No 27 on the Airplay Top 100 in South Africa.

Channel24 is very excited to announce the following details regarding TRESOR’s new album:

- The album is called VII – it details his seven years of being in South Africa and working on the album since.

- The album will be released on Friday 18 September.

- Collaborations on the album include tracks with Beatenberg, Khuli Chana, AKA & The Soil.

This is the album cover:

This is the tracklisting of the album:

1.    Adisi Ya Mama (My Mother's Story)
2.    Mount Everest
3.    Fight For You
4.    Zambezi feat. Beatenberg
5.    I Run
6.    Beat The Dust
7.    Elisabeth
8.    Never Let Me Go (Current radio single, sitting at #27 on the Airplay Top 100 in South Africa!)
9.    Goma
10.    Limbisa
11.    Mon Amour
12.    Cachet feat. The Soil
13.    This Is Home feat. Khuli Chana
14.    Baba
15.    Kinshasa
16.    Mount Everest Ft AKA
17.    Mount Everest Radio Edit (Freddy Verano Remix)

"I am very excited to share this music that I have crafted for the past seven years. This is a soundtrack to my story,” TRESOR told Channel24.

"I have poured my whole heart and soul in this record. It's my gold and I truly hope that whoever listens to it finds their piece of gold in it too."

You can pre-order TRESOR’s album here.

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