African pop maverick featured in Drake album

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TRESOR is proving his vocal and production talents in the new Drake album.


Nine months after the release of the ‘Certified Lover Boy’ super album, Drake has dropped his seventh studio album, ‘Honestly, Nevermind’. In it,  Congolese-born singer, songwriter, TRESOR is featured massively.

TRESOR has collaborated with Drake on 6 songs in the riveting offering. He has even lent his vocals to 4 of the records he graced with his alchemic production skills.  He is featured on the songs “Currents“, “Downhill“, “Fights Booked“, and “Tie That Binds“, while the songs “Overdrive” and “Massive” give room for his songwriting to shine.  

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TRESOR gained prominence in 2015 after releasing his single “Mount Everest” from his debut album, VII. His name “Tresor”, when translated from French, means “treasure”. “I’m honoured to finally share that I’ve collaborated with Drake on his new music for his latest album. Thank you to my brothers Drake and Oliver El Khatib. I’m forever grateful for your kindness. Thank you for believing in me,” shares TRESOR.

TRESOR is well on his way to renaming himself as the International Pop Maverick, be sure to listen to ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ and indulge in the cultural paradigm shift led by a wave of African creatives.

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