Channel Tres 2022 Concert
Event: Channel Tres Concert
Venue: Red Hill Auditorium, Red Hill, WA, Australia
Date: Fri, 11 Nov, 6:30 – 11:30 pm GMT+8
Official Website: https://channeltres.net/
Artist Channel Tres, born in Compton, has announced his first-ever Australian performance, which Frontier Touring and I will sponsor OH YOU. The Black Moses EP, Channel’s follow-up to his critically praised self-titled debut from last year, is also announced. Godmode, the LA label and production company that introduced us to Yaeji and Shamir, will release Black Moses on August 2 in all countries.
You’ll be excited to discover that Channel Tres, the artist who created it, is releasing his first EP and visiting Australia for the first time. The Compton MC-producer has followed up his debut song “Controller” with another unconventional four-to-the-floor, slick-as-hell banger called “Jet Black,” which soars at a low altitude with modular synths and Controller’s deep baritone. In addition to performing at Canberra’s Spilt Milk event, he will be in town in November for a series of sideshows.
The bizarre fusion of seductive R&B and West Coast rap attitude in “Controller” demonstrates Channel’s comprehensive knowledge of vintage Detroit techno and Chicago dance music. He was surprised by its success. Additionally, Channel tells Bridget how he first got into music by playing the drums at church and how much Kendrick Lamar has influenced him. Before “Controller,” he developed his abilities by working with others in the Los Angeles music scene. One of his closest pals is AUGUST 08, who used to DJ for fellow Californian artist Duckwrth.
Channel Tres Biography
Sheldon Young, better known by his stage name Channel Tres, is an American rapper, singer, and record producer from Compton, California. Tres’s best-known works are the singles “Controller” and “Topdown” by Tres. He was born on May 26, 1991. Young was reared by his great-grandparents between Compton and Lynwood in southern Los Angeles. He played the drums for the choir at church most days. Channel moved away from home to pursue music studies at a for-profit Christian college in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After moving back to Los Angeles, a childhood buddy (88rising artist August 08) invited him to studio sessions. He quickly advanced to producing beats for artists like Duckwrth, Wale, Kehlani, and others.
In 2018, Tres gained widespread recognition. Pete Tong called out “Controller” was an Essential New Tune and gave it significant BBC Radio 1 airtime. “Controller” was promoted to Triple J’s A-list rotation and dubbed “one of 2018’s biggest cult hits” by the Australian radio station. With the potential release of his self-titled EP in 2018 and other hits, including his track “Black Moses,” which included JPEGMAFIA, Tres continued to have a popularity. In 2019, he performed his first headlining performance in the US.