Quelle Chris Announces New Album ‘Deathfame’, Shares New Single ‘Alive Ain’t Always Living’

    Quelle Chris has announced a new album, Deathfame, with the single ‘Alive Ain’t Always Living’. The Detroit rapper’s latest comes out May 13 via Mello Music Group. Listen to ‘Alive Ain’t Always Living’ below.

    Deathfame was produced by Quelle Chris alongside Chris Keys and Knxwledge and includes guest appearances from the likes of Navy Blue and Pink Siifu. Along with the album news, Chris has announced a string of UK and European shows starting in May; find those dates below, too.

    Quelle Chris’ last album was 2020’s Innocent Country 2, a collaboration with Chris Keys. He and Keys also composed the soundtrack for Judas and The Black Messiah with director Shaka King.

    Deathfame Cover Artwork:

    Deathfame Tracklist:

    1. TEYC
    2. Alive Ain’t Always Living
    3. King In Black
    4. PS1 (Pontiac Sunfire 1)
    5. Feed The Heads
    6. So Tired You Can’t Stop Dreaming [feat. Navy Blue]
    7. Die Happy Knowing They’ll Care
    9. The Agency Of The Future
    10. Help I’m Dead
    11. How Could You Love Something Like Me
    12. Cui Proudest [feat. Denmark Vessey & J Jig Cicero]
    13. The Sky Is Blue Because The Sunset Is Red [feat. Pink Siifu & Moruf]
    Excuse My Back [feat. Cavalier]

    Quelle Chris 2022 UK/EU Tour Dates:

    May 12 – Antwerp – Het Bos
    May 13 – Copenhagen – Forbraedingen
    May 14 – Utrecht – Ekko
    May 15 – London – Café Oto
    May 16 – London – Café Oto
    May 18 – Newcastle – The Cluny 2
    May 19 – Glasgow – Broadcast
    May 20 – Edinburgh – Voodoo Rooms
    May 22 – Leeds – Belgrave
    May 23 – Nottingham – Bodega
    May 24 – Liverpool – Kitchen Street
    May 25 – Birmingham – Rainbow
    May 26 – Southampton – The Rainbow House
    May 27 – Bristol – Dareshack
    May 28 – Hebdon – Zwolle
    May 29 – TBC
    May 30 – TBC
    Jun 1- TBC
    Jun 2 – Bordeux – TBA
    Jun 3 – Lyon – Periscope

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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