Martin Joseph Léonard Bresso, better known by his stage name Tchami, is a French record producer and DJ from Paris. He is regarded as a pioneer of the future house genre alongside Dutch DJs Oliver Heldens and Don Diablo. 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 began using the stage name 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. He first started using the term “future house” as a tag on his SoundCloud posts, which eventually became recognized in the electronic music industry. Now he run his own imprint Confession Label.