Official Music Video for Robin Schulz & RICHARD JUDGE – Show Me Love.
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An EASYdoesit Production (www.easydoesit.de)
Director, Editor & Visual Effects: Zak Stoltz
Director of Photography: Jann Döppert
Creative Producer: Mario Clement
Producer: Christopher Kane
Main Cast: Arijana Antunovic & Matthias Ludwig
Production Assistants: Leo Hille, Sarah Jansen
Head of Production: Sebastian v. Gumpert
2nd Unit Camera: Dimitri Hempel
Production Design & Styling: Geraldine Arnold
Production Design Assistants: Eva Lämmerzahl, Holger Pohl
Styling Assistant Robin Schulz: Lilo Klinkenberg
Hair & Make-Up: Sarah Ruhnow & Juliane Polak
Stunts: Buff Connection
Stuntcoordinator: Wanja Götz
PL Stunt: Gregori Winkowski
Special Effect Design: Buff Connection / Pyrolabs Berlin (Solon Lutz)
Additional Editing: Dustin Emerson Straube
Sound Design: Danny Madden
1st AC (Camera A): Felix Schwarz
1st AC (2nd Unit Camera): Michael Schneider
2nd AC: Julian Hanschke
2nd AC (2nd Unit Camera): Omid Mirnour
Lights: Gegenlicht Design
Electrician: Benjamin Erdenberger
Best Boy: Toni Schulz
Grip: Marvin Kipke
Color Grading: Nico Hauter (Arri Berlin)
Making Of Camera & Edit: Christoph Szulecki
Catering: Son Kitchen
Thanks to everyone involved, especially Gregor Stoeckl, all our extras, Axt Crossfit Berlin and Beusters Berlin.
Black sunglasses, a baseball cap flipped backwards and a laptop: His visual trademarks simultaneously serve as his most important tools. Those and his keen sense for superhits that generate 9-digit streams and have so far enabled him to move crowds across the globe for the past one and a half years. The young man from Lower Saxony is actually more the reserved type, who would much rather stand behind his decks and let his music do the talking. Robin Schulz: A picture perfect career. Making his way from a local secret to the nation’s ‘next big thing’ and finally to an internationally acclaimed mega star. At age 28 the producer and DJ has already established himself as the most successful German club act to date and is now set to lay forth his sophomore album.
Robin Schulz began playing smaller clubs as a DJ somewhere in rural Lower Saxony. Meanwhile, he has travelled the world: Osnabrück, New York, Tokyo. And more importantly, the world knows him. His 2014 breakthrough single, the multi-platinum certified Top 1 remix of “Waves (feat. Mr. Probz)” was a first sign of things to come. Though not even Schulz himself could have predicted last year’s incredible snowball effect and the extent of his current success. 2014 marked the start of a fairytale summer that knew just one name: Robin Schulz. His internationally gold- and platinum-certified follow-up single “Prayer In C (feat. Lilly Wood & The Prick)” went on to become a global hit and write history, with Schulz as the first-ever German artist to reach the #1 spot of the global Shazam charts. Subsequently “Prayer In C” was officially named the “Summer Hit of 2014” and rightfully so.
Building on this success, Schulz went on to release his now gold-certified debut album “Prayer” in autumn 2014, along with the song “Sun Goes Down (feat. Jasmine Thompson)”. Meanwhile Robin Schulz has sold several million records of “Prayer In C”, “Sun Goes Down” and the first single “Headlights” off his new album “SUGAR”, while generating 9-digit streams on Spotify as well as receiving numerous gold and platinum certifications. Numbers, digits and rankings that offer but an abstract image of the global pop phenomenon that is Robin Schulz.
The album’s first precursor “Headlights (feat. Ilsey)” saw Robin Schulz quickly enter the Top 10 in Germany. “Sugar (feat. Francesco Yates)” was equally quick to reach gold and is the third #1 single by the Osnabrück-born artist that also entered the German single charts, streaming charts, airplay charts and iTunes charts at #1, besides generating several million Spotify streams and counting. The song’s official music video is currently ranked among the most-watched clips on YouTube and was recently voted one of the “5 Best Dance Videos Of The Week” by music service Shazam, while Robin Schulz’s YouTube channel is officially the most successful German YouTube channel in the area of music. To be continued…