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DRAGON-I PRESENTS ROBIN SCHULZ

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date
Dec 7 2019
Location
dragon-i
60 Wyndham Street Hong Kong
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ROBIN SCHULZ
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, however. Born on April 28, 1987, in Osnabrück, he began DJ'ing at the tender age of 17, influenced by the likes of Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, Armand Van Helden, and Tiësto. By 20 he had his own club night, which he ran for two years before the yen to make his own music led him into production. He experimented for several years before uploading his tracks to YouTube, where his melodic, bouncy pop-house sound earned him millions of views.
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  • ROBIN SCHULZ

    One of German dance music’s most commercially successful artists, Robin Schulz’s productions have notched up hundreds of gold and platinum sales awards. He 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. Born on April 28, 1987, in Osnabrück, he began DJing at the tender age of 17, influenced by the likes of Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, Armand Van Helden, and Tiësto. By 20, he had his own club night, which he ran for two years before the yen to make his own music led him into production. Schulz experimented for several years before uploading his tracks to YouTube, where his melodic, bouncy pop-house sound earned him millions of views. ~ AllMusic
    Germany
    • Dance
    • EDM
    • House
  • dragon-i is Asia's most creative and eclectic vision of lounge, dining and partying for the global glitterati
    Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

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