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Robin Schulz - CANCELLED

Black sunglasses, a baseball cap flipped backwards, and his amazingly strong sense for hits that generate 9-digit streams and have been moving crowds across the globe for three years now is what distinguishes him as an extremely talented and one of the most successful German artists: Robin Schulz. The Lower Saxony native is actually more the reserved type, who would much rather stand behind his decks and let his music speak for itself. Robin Schulz: a picture-perfect career. Making his way from a local insider to the nation’s “next big thing” and eventually to an internationally acclaimed mega star. At only 30 years of age, the producer and DJ has already established himself as the most successful German artist of the past two decades.
Full biography:
 Robin Schulz began playing smaller clubs as a DJ somewhere in rural Lower Saxony – his
beloved home. Today, he knows the entire world: Las Vegas, New York, Tokyo. And what’s
even more impressive, the entire world knows him. His 2014 breakthrough single, the multi-
platinum certified Top 1 remix of “Waves (feat. Mr. Probz)”, was a first sign of the greater
things that were to follow. Though not even Schulz himself could have predicted the incredible
snowball effect of the events three years ago which extended into his current success. 2014
marked the start of a fairytale summer that knew just one name: Robin Schulz. His
internationally gold- and platinum-certified follow-up single “Prayer In C (feat. Lilly Wood &
The Prick)” went straight to #1 on iTunes in 40 countries and topped the national singles charts
in 17 countries. In total, the megahit conquered the iTunes charts in 92 countries and went
top 25 in 68 countries. And that was just the beginning, as Schulz was the first-ever German
artist to reach #1 of the global Shazam charts. Subsequently “Prayer In C” was officially named
the “Summer Hit of 2014”. By now, “Prayer In C” is the most successful international hit of all
times by any German artist.

Building on this success, Schulz released his now platinum-certified debut album “Prayer” in
autumn 2014 along with the song “Sun Goes Down (feat. Jasmine Thompson)”. In early 2015,
Schulz was nominated for a coveted Grammy and went on to take home the German ECHO
award as “Best Dance National” only a few weeks later, followed by another two ECHOs in
2016 (“Dance National“ and “Most Successful National Act Abroad“). His current album
“SUGAR“ is gold-certified in Germany and was yet another international smash hit, spawning
several platinum-certified singles such as “Headlights (feat. Ilsey), “Sugar (feat. Francesco
Yates)” and “Heatwave (feat. Akon)”. Today, Robin Schulz has sold a total of 7 million copies
of his first two albums and various singles and generated over 2.5 billion streams. With more than 200 global gold- and platinum singles under his belt, Robin Schulz has reached the
crème de la crème of international dance- / pop music by far. As of today, he has had #1
singles in over 20 countries and topped the iTunes charts in a staggering 70 markets.
Furthermore, he runs the most successful German YouTube music channel by far, boasting
2.5 million subscribers and 1.5 billion views combined.

Numbers, digits, and rankings that offer but an abstract image of the global pop phenomenon.
After performing at renowned events such as London’s iTunes Festival, the Belgian
Tomorrowland, Mayday, Nature One Festival, Miami’s Ultra Music Festival, and the Ultra
Festival in Japan as well as doing sold-out tours throughout Europe, the US, Asia, and Australia,
the rather introverted artist has already joined the ranks of the greats. It is no longer
uncommon for Schulz to play in front of 100,000 euphoric party people. Wherever he mans
the decks, he sends crowds into a temporary frenzy. Alongside his label buddy David Guetta
he frequently moves the masses at Ibiza’s most famous clubs Ushuaia und Pacha to name only
one of numerous examples. Robin claims that experiencing all of this with interesting people
and good friends is what he cherishes most. Further, the whole team has become somewhat
of a family to him he states, and the shows were all one of a kind.

Within his second album “SUGAR”, Robin Schulz once again presents a uniquely delicate
balancing act between electronic and pop music, like few of his peers. Schulz embodies the
zeitgeist of the worldwide club scene which has now outgrown dance culture in its pure form.
Whatever passes through his hands is turned into precious metal in record time. Robin Schulz
has created his very own, genre-transcending and highly recognizable sound: Deep house with
organic instruments that always resonates with a certain touch of melancholy. However
Schulz doesn’t actually see himself as much of a melancholy type of guy. While his debut
“Prayer” featured various remakes of songs by other artists, “SUGAR” is solely composed of
his own productions.

Once again, the success wasn’t long in coming. The first album outtake “Headlights (feat.
Ilsey)” already entered the German singles charts at #1 as well as topping the streaming charts,
airplay charts, and iTunes charts alike, generating several million Spotify streams and earning
numerous international platinum awards. The song’s unforgettable music video with the crazy
police officer was instantly voted one of the “5 Best Dance Videos Of The Week” by Shazam,
won the “Grand Prix” of the jury at the prestigious International Music Video Festival in Paris,
and made it into the official selection of best videos of the year at Austin’s South By Southwest
Festival. “Sugar” crashed the charts and went on to become one of THE dance anthems of
2015/2016. It should come as no surprise that the streaming giant Spotify also awarded the
song with the title “Most Viral Track of the Year”.

After working on his gold-certified single “Show Me Love” in collaboration with the British
singer-songwriter Richard Judge, May 2016 saw the release of yet another house banger from
the album, “Heatwave (feat. Akon)”. Staying true to his remix roots, Robin put his magic touch
on gnash’s “i hate u, i love u” and A R I Z O N A’s "I Was Wrong" in the months to follow before
ending the year 2016 with style: Alongside David Guetta, he released “Shed A Light”, his first
joint single with the dance titan that also featured Californian electro outfit Cheat Codes.
Spotify streams so far: over 164 million.
And 2017? Had yet another novelty in store for Robin Schulz. At the end of February – only a
couple of days after returning from Mexico City, where he played support shows for global
pop icon Justin Bieber – the first movie about the DJ and producer premiered in movie
theatres across Germany. Titled “Robin Schulz – The Movie”, the 90-minute film retraces
Robin Schulz’s rapid rise to fame, from talented hometown hero to internationally acclaimed
superstar, offering exclusive views into his life behind the scenes. The movie is a collaboration
with fashion brand Q/S designed by and also previewed his very own Robin Schulz Capsule
Collection, released in March and followed by a second line in September. “I’ve always been
into fashion and I’ve always wondered, what it would be like to have a personal signature
collection”, says Schulz on fulfilling yet another of his personal dreams.

It’s safe to say that 2017 has been very much “OK“ for Robin Schulz so far – and this also
happens to be the title of his next single, a collaboration with British pop sensation James
Blunt. Looming on the horizon with a beautiful piano riff at first, the melodic song slowly
approaches and transforms into an airy deep house anthem, carried by James Blunt’s
distinctive voice. Following “Shed A Light”, the new single is the second offering from his
upcoming album “Uncovered”, coming out on 8th September.

And Robin Schulz himself? Stands firmly with both feet on the ground, despite his success and
countless air miles. That’s Osnabrueck tradition for him. When he is asked what he’s most
proud of, Robin Schulz responds: “I’m proud that I still have the same friends and that I’m able
to show that with music, everything is possible. There’s so much to accomplish still. So many
exciting paths to walk and goals to reach. As long as you work hard and make sure not to lose
the fun along the way, I’m quite confident there’s going to be some more success ahead.”


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