Tchami drops a hopeful house anthem made to inspire with “Faith” featuring Marlena Shaw

“Faith” is built around Shaw’s iconic, soul-driven gospel vocals as “Faith” samples her classic 1969 release, “Woman of The Ghetto,” emphasized an expertly crafted production from Tchami that champions the roots of house music. The song is a reminder to keep “Faith” in times of struggle and hardships, things of which 2020 knows very well.

With this, the critically-acclaimed producer/ DJ unveils his latest single — which follows up double-single releases “Born Again” / “Buenos Aires” and “Proud” / “Ghosts” — as part of his forthcoming LP, Year Zero, due out later this year.

Tchami takes us on a journey to an emerging city through the lens of an outsider. Let the anthem ring out to the striking visuals below and scroll down for the lyrics.

Tchami – Faith ft. Marlena Shaw

Lyrics

I was born and raised in a ghetto
I was born and raised in a ghetto
I’m a woman of the ghetto
Listen to me, legislator
How do you raise your kids in a ghetto
How do you raise your kids in a ghetto
Feed one child and starve another
Tell me, tell me, legislator

How do make your bread in the ghetto?
How do make your bread in the ghetto?
Baked from the souls in the ghetto
Tell me, tell me, Legislator?

I was born and raised in a ghetto
I was born and raised in a ghetto
I’m a woman of the ghetto
Listen to me, legislator
How do you raise your kids in a ghetto
How do you raise your kids in a ghetto
Feed one child and starve another
Tell me, tell me, legislator

How do make your bread in the ghetto?
How do make your bread in the ghetto?
Baked from the souls in the ghetto
Tell me, tell me, Legislator?

 

 

Photo via Rukes.com via youredm

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