He is soulful and suave. He doesn’t conform his vocals or music to a mainstream American pop culture – instead he has a unique voice, with hints of Seal’s influence that reveal his style and central African roots. It is incredibly exotic while still capable of having a strong international audience appeal.
Having grown exceedingly popular in African countries, with much of his music being played on the various paid music channels, Tresor is going beyond borders and making a name for himself behind the scenes and on the airwaves throughout Africa. He has come a long way. Never giving up, this promising musician isn’t just making great music, he has changed his life around to get to where he is today.
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