House music star Cristoph Links Up With Franky Wah and Artche On New Powerful Single ‘The World You See’
The new hot collaboration ‘The World You See‘ is a record that feels bigger than the sum of its parts, a slice of delectably written dance music. It’s moody and euphoric, soaring and simmering, with a vocal from Artche that’s powerful enough to immediately grab the ears of house heads and radio listeners.
In the new track, Cristoph reunites with fellow Geordie, vocalist, and producer Artche, with whom he collaborated on 2018’s Voice of Silence. Since then Artche has gone on to steadily grow his reputation with collaborations with the legendary Sasha, Lane 8, appearances on the long-running UK house label, Stress Records, and the creation of his own imprint, Yusual.
Hot on heels with his new track ‘Should Have Seen It Coming’, Franky Wah started 2020 with a nod from Pete Tong as one of his Future Stars and ended it by taking the reins of the famed BBC Essential Mix in December.
The new track is released on Pryda Presents, a label created by Eric Prydz. Prydz is one of dance music’s most respected and singular talents, a Grammy-nominated artist who has come to define the very notion of progressive in his multi-decade long career, and one of the rare acts that’s managed to transcend the traditional barrier between dance music’s underground and mainstream success. It was Pryda Presents that gave Cristoph his recording debut in 2017, and Prydz has been championing the Newcastle-based artist ever since.
Cristoph started 2021 with a bang, delivering a much-buzzed-about BBC Essential Mix in January, in which he debuted forthcoming collaborations with Yotto, Artche, and a new original from himself. He closed out 2020 on top of the Beatport charts with SFB which on Anjunadeep and preceded that with Camelphat collab, Phantoms.