A superlative and massively banging, Head Shoulders Knees & Toes remix version has been released by Robin Schulz. This multi million streamed track was originally released by the popular French duo and German producer, Ofenbach & Quarterhead. It also features the powerful and catchy vocals by Norma Jean Martine. In case you thought that this feel-good song could not get any better, this Robin Schulz remix is here to prove you otherwise. This new Spinnin’ Records music is a foot-tapping number and we can’t stop grooving to it. It is that infectious!
The Head Shoulders Knees & Toes remix has all the elements that make it a trance-inducing delivery. From powerful and charismatic vocals to vivid exuberance, the Robin Schulz remix is highly stirring. The Ofenbach & Quarterhead version had shadowy energy that is transformed by Schulz into a lively atmosphere. This new Spinnin’ Records music is structured with epic orchestral instrumentation and pulsing basslines. The rhythmic euphoria brings an uplifting momentum that will spellbind you. The sonic breakdowns coupled with torrid play of hi-hats, strings, and sentimental chorus will charge you up with electrifying energy. But don’t take our word for it. Just put this banger on big speakers and see for yourself.
This new Spinnin’ Records music is a stunning remix that is released just in time to light up your parties venturing into 2021. The song has gotten a peak-time Future House treatment that will definitely make it to the top EDM playlists. What makes this Head Shoulders Knees & Toes remix truly stands out is the grandiose orchestral arrangements combined with the spirited culmination of compelling vocals by Norma Jean Martine. Also, the song’s dynamic arrangements will stun you!
The Robin Schulz remix of the Ofenbach & Quarterhead track is a magnificent club anthem. This new Spinnin’ Records music is filled with catchy hooks that will compel you to play it on repeat!
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More About Ofenbach:
More than 1 Billion streams and 350 Million views on Youtube. These are the incredible numbers that sum up the Parisian dance duo Ofenbach. (Dorian & César). With 16 platinum and 15 gold certifications, they’re young and at the begining of what is going to be a long and successful career.
Being on stage is their playground and touring the world their day-to-day lifestyle. They’ve already performed more than 250 shows with 3 European tours, 2 US tours and 1 Asian tour. Their current single ‘Head Shoulders Knees & Toes’ is again a massive worldwide hit with already more than a hundred million streams.
More About Quarterhead:
Quarterhead is a multiple gold and platinum awarded writer/producer duo consisting of multi instrumentalists Josh Tapen and Janik Riegert from Germany. Amongst others their works include songs and productions for artists such as Alle Farben, Ofenbach, Lum!x, DubDogz, Juan Magan, ILIRA, Benjamin Ingrosso, Robin Schulz, The Backstreet Boys & Jack Curley. After producing and singing on Lum!x’ second biggest international hit „The Passenger“ (with over 60 million streams on all platforms) in early 2020 the duo is currently riding the wave of their constantly growing worldwide hit „Head Shoulders Knees & Toes“ accumulating over 150 Mio streams on all platforms so far, a gold award in Germany, France, Poland and Austria as well as a Shazam global top 30 ranking and a #8 spot on the European radio charts.
More About 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 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.
After the success of his first two singles, his third, “Willst Du” (Do You Want To), a remix of a satirical track by German rapper Alligatoah, was released in September 2014, and his debut album, Prayer, followed later that month. Having made his name with remixes, Schulz was not about to mess with the formula, and the album consisted almost entirely of his remixes of other artists’ songs, with only a few original productions. Later that year, his remix of “Waves” by Mr. Probz became a massive dancefloor hit, followed by the even greater success of his remix of Lilly Wood & the Prick’s “Prayer in C.” Schulz released the single “Headlights” in 2015, along with the sophomore album Sugar.
His “Shed a Light” single — a collaboration with David Guetta and Cheat Codes — was issued in 2016. The song spawned a pair of remix EPs and nearly 200 million streams. The track also appeared the following year on Schulz’s full-length Uncovered, which also included the single “OK” featuring James Blunt. A second single, “Oh Child” with Piso 21, arrived in 2018. He scored another hit that year with “Speechless” featuring Erika Sirola before returning with the 2019 single “All This Love,” which featured Harlœ. More non-album singles followed, including 2019’s “Rather Be Alone” with Nick Martin and Sam Martin, and 2020’s “In Your Eyes” featuring Alida and “Alane” with Wes. Towards the end of the year, Schulz issued the first track — the KIDDO-featuring “All We Got” — from his fourth album, IIII, which was released at the beginning of 2021. ~ John D. Buchanan, Rovi