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Album Review

Unlike his previous album Prayer, Robin Schulz's sophomore effort Sugar isn't so heavy on the remixes for other artists, since all the productions originate from the EDM DJ himself. Singles "Sugar," "Headlights," and "Yellow" are the easy pick highlights, but the tropical-flavored "Heatwave" with Akon is also up there, along with the violin-spinning "Pride." Listen for special guest Moby on the big and beautiful closer "Moonlit Sky."

Customer Reviews

AMAZING TAKE ON SUGAR

Sugar was a massive hit back then, and now it's uplifted !!!

Love the song titles! 👍🏼 Clever!

*See title*

Sugar

The original by Baby Bash is 100 times better. RS- stealing the beat and stuff doesn't work

Biography

Born: April 28, 1987 in Osnabrück, Germany

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

German house music producer Robin Schulz became an overnight sensation when he scored an international smash hit with his very first commercial release, a lush remix of "Waves" by Dutch rapper Mr. Probz. It hit number one in six European countries and number three in six more, and his follow-up, a club-ready remix of French indie pop duo Lilly Wood & the Prick's "Prayer in C," was even more successful, going to number one in ten European countries. It wasn't as though Schulz hadn't paid his dues,...
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Sugar, Robin Schulz
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Electronic, Rock, House
  • Released: Sep 25, 2015

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