Elderbrook & CamelPhat’s GRAMMY-nominated underground club monster, ‘Cola‘, has now received an official rework from multi-platinum, chart-topping German DJ (and fellow past GRAMMY nominee) Robin Schulz, out today via Big Beat/Defected Records.
Schulz retains the original track’s signature vocal and chord progressions and builds the track around the two iconic elements. The contrast between the break and drop adopt the “calm before the storm” idiom, with the breaks creating a smooth relaxed atmosphere before the drops hits. A calm piano and pad, in conjunction with the vocal, prove to sound oh-so-peaceful, before the FX and risers enter to create the transition to what is an emphatic drop. A strong bass pluck in combination with a reverberant piano, gives an already incredible song, an incredible new perspective.
Earlier this fall, Schulz unveiled his 18-track, third studio album, ‘Uncovered‘. The album’s singles include ‘I Believe I’m Fine‘ ft. HUGEL, ‘OK‘ with James Blunt (with over 200 million streams), and the smash collaboration with David Guetta and Cheat Codes, ‘Shed A Light‘ which has earned Gold and a Platinum certification in several countries and over 300 million Spotify streams. One day after the release of ‘Uncovered’, Schulz kicked off an extensive world tour including stops in Europe, Asia, and the US, with two shows in Brazil in the new year.
Listen to Robin Schulz’s remix of ‘Cola’ below.