Multi-platinum songwriter, singer & producer, TRESOR, announces debut studio album ‘VII’ set for release on 18 September 2015 which features guest appearances by AKA, The Soil, Khuli Chana and Beatenberg; and includes the hit singles “Mount Everest” featuring AKA and “Never Let Me Go”.
DRC born singer-songwriter TRESOR has announced the upcoming release of his debut studio album VII, due out on September the 18th through Sony Music Entertainment Africa (RCA Records)/Vth Season Audio. The album is currently available for pre-order on all digital service providers.
VII features the hit singles “Mount Everest” featuring AKA (currently still charting on the airplay Top 100, with the video for the Freddy Verano remix on over 175 000 views online), as well as the current radio focus single “Never Let Me Go”, which climbed into the airplay Top 30 this week at #27. The album also includes additional collaborations with The Soil, Khuli Chana and Beatenberg.
Album available for pre-order now: http://smarturl.it/TRESORVII
TRESOR calls VII “the soundtrack to his story”. He adds “I am very excited to share this music that I have crafted for the past seven years. 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.” – Channel 24
- Adisi Ya Mama (My Mother’s Story)
- Mount Everest
- Fight For You
- Zambezi feat. Beatenberg
- I Run
- Beat The Dust
- Never Let Me Go
- Mon Amour
- Cachet feat. The Soil
- This Is Home feat. Khuli Chana
- Mount Everest Ft AKA
- Mount Everest Radio Edit(Freddy Verano Remix)
Since his arrival to South Africa 7 years ago, TRESOR (French for “treasure” and pronounced “Trezor”) has been compiling songs for his debut album as well as performing with the likes of Eddie Grant, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Freshlyground, Prime Circle, Goldfish and Lira, to name a few.
Watch this space for more from this exciting artist, who is currently in the UK, following a successful promo trip to Italy and a performance to over 60 000 people earlier this month.