Grammy nominated artist Robin Schulz is gearing up to drop his third studio album at the end of this month entitled “Uncovered.” The project has spawned two incredible singles including his collaboration with David Guetta and Cheat Codes “Shed A Light,” which has been one of the year’s biggest anthems and has created a high level of anticipation for the upcoming project. The other single “OK‘ was with vocalist James Blunt released earlier this summer and has received much critical acclaim. Now, the German DJ and producer is dropping off one more single before his album’s release on September 29th and this time it’s a nice change of pace compared to what we’re normally used to from Schulz’s downtempo house productions.
“I Believe I’m Fine” is another collaboration, this time with French artist HUGEL, who is a rising star in the dance scene and brings a new direction to Schulz’s music. Similar to his previous singles, the track boasts some insanely catchy vocals behind bouncing drums that primes it to be both a main stage and radio smash. The drop, however, has a much higher energy and features a future bass-infused beat that sounds more experimental than anything Schulz has produced in the past.
Robin Schulz spoke on the collaboration and how he felt about releasing a new type of song.
“HUGEL and I have known each other for some years now and are constantly sharing musical ideas. So this cooperation was quite spontaneous and natural. We are excited to see how ‘I Believe I’m Fine’ is received. This single is a bit different from my prior releases.”
Check out the official music video below and let us know what you think.